Shatta Wale’s mother finally speaks accuses her son for abandoned her for 10 years now

Madam Elsie Evelyn Avormega, the biological mother of renowned Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, has issued a fervent plea for assistance as her health continues to decline. Her heartfelt appeal has shed light on the distressing circumstances she has endured, revealing a decade-long estrangement from her famous son.

Madam Avormega, visibly aged and frail, disclosed that she has been abandoned by Shatta Wale for over ten years. During this period, she has been living with a relative, grappling with deteriorating health and financial hardship. The once vibrant mother now struggles to meet her basic needs, including feeding herself, and has become a burden on her caretaker.

Shatta Wale’s mother finally speaks accuses her son for abandoned her for 10 years now
Shatta Wale’s mother finally speaks accuses her son for abandoned her for 10 years now

“It’s difficult to take care of my health now because I am broke,” Madam Avormega lamented, her voice tinged with both sorrow and desperation. She emphasized that her aged appearance is not a reflection of her years but a consequence of her worsening health condition. The toll of illness has rendered her almost unrecognizable, and she now finds herself in urgent need of support.

Despite her dire circumstances, Madam Avormega’s love and concern for her son remain evident. She made a poignant appeal to Shatta Wale, urging him to extend a helping hand during her time of need. Her words were filled with a mix of hope and despair, reflecting the complex emotions of a mother who feels abandoned yet still holds on to the hope of reconciliation.

Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., is one of Ghana’s most successful and affluent musicians. Known for his energetic performances and hit songs, he has amassed considerable wealth and fame in the music industry. However, the stark contrast between his public persona and his mother’s plight has sparked conversations about familial responsibilities and the moral obligations of those who attain success.

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