Shatta Wale lends voice to support Nigeria’s #EndSARS movement: Stream ‘Fuck SARS’

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Two days ago, Shatta Wale released a song titled, ‘Fuck SARS’, as a response to the outcries of Nigerian youth all over the world. One to always speak his mind, the Ghana-based doesn’t hold back his thoughts. He mentions everything from the recent protests where Nigerians have been tear-gassed, beaten and murdered, the tragic notion of Black people are killing one another, and why Africans don’t seem to support other Africans. Stream the audio below, which will inform you about what’s going on, if you don’t.

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