Multiple award-winning Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, widely known as Shatta Wale, has recently announced his philanthropic plans to support his embattled colleagues, Funny Face and Moesha Boduong. Shatta Wale intends to provide them with two Shaxi cars to use for online-hailing ride services, aiming to create a sustainable source of income for the two celebrities facing challenges.
The ‘Melissa’ hitmaker shared that the Shaxi cars, a ride-hailing initiative, generate weekly revenue ranging between GH¢800 to GH¢1200. By providing these vehicles to Funny Face and Moesha, Shatta Wale hopes to alleviate their financial burdens during challenging times.
Expressing his commitment to the cause, Shatta Wale revealed that he has tasked his manager, Sammy Flex, to contact the management of both Funny Face and Moesha Boduong to finalize the arrangements. Describing Moesha as a sister, Shatta emphasized that it is his responsibility to ease the financial strain on her and her family.
Funny Face, known for his comedic roles in Ghanaian movies, has been facing public turmoil due to a well-publicized feud with his baby mama, leading to financial challenges and personal distress. He recently took to social media to express his difficulty in visiting his twin daughters, citing his precarious financial situation.
Moesha Boduong, a popular actress and social media influencer, has been making headlines for a different reason. After suffering a stroke, her family initiated a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for her medical care. The incident has prompted a broader discussion on the unpredictable nature of fame and fortune.
Shatta Wale’s philanthropic gesture underscores the importance of solidarity within the entertainment industry, especially during times of crisis. By providing tangible support through the Shaxi cars, he aims to contribute to the well-being and financial stability of his colleagues, reflecting the interconnectedness and shared responsibility within the Ghanaian entertainment community.
As Shatta Wale’s initiative takes shape, the impact of his support on the lives of Funny Face and Moesha Boduong is expected to resonate beyond financial relief, fostering a sense of community and mutual care within the Ghanaian celebrity sphere.