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ASEM! Netizens Call For Shatta Bandle’s Arrest As He Chokes His Son With Money

Firdaus Iddirus, commonly known as Shatta Bandle, the Ghanaian dwarf socialite, has come under fire on social media over a recent viral video.

In the aforementioned video, he can be seen giving his child, who is estimated to be around six months old, Ghana cedis.

Money was all over the baby’s body, and he seemed like he was in a bad predicament.

The kid is seen stumbling around with a significant sum of cash in the final seconds of the footage.

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As a result, a few internet users have asked the Ghana Police Service to jail the internet celebrity and warn him about his activities, which they have labeled “child abuse.”

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In response to the video, internet users have demanded Shatta Bandle’s arrest and warning since they believe his actions may have killed and suffocated the baby.

A couple of them also urged that Shatta Bandle’s baby be taken away from him by the authorities because they believed that the child will be harmed by his actions.

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Source: OccupyGh.com 

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