Shatta Bandle is a popular Ghanaian dwarf who claims to be the richest man in Africa. He became popular in Ghana and Africa at large due to his claim to be richer than Dangote. He also flaunts expensive cars and wristwatches on social media.
The self acclaimed billionaire has recently shared a new photo of himself on his verified Instagram page. The picture which was posted few minutes ago attracted the attention of many Instagram users who reacted by liking and commenting on it. See Bandle's new photo on Instagram below.
Looking at the photo, Bandle is seen sitting comfortably in his car. He is wearing a hat and a blue shirt. Though a dwarf, the celebrity still looks very cute on the photo. That's the power of money for you. When you have money, you will definitely be handsome/beautiful.
As earlier said, many Instagram users reacted to Bandle's post by liking and commenting on it. There were really lots of likes and comments on the post.
A particular Instagram user told Bandle that he thought he was sacrificed.
See his comment and some others below.
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