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Terry Bonhcaka’s Spirit Lives In Shatta Wale – King Ayisoba Reveals

King Ayisoba has strangely said the spirit of the late Terry Bonhcaka lives in Shatta Wale.

According to him, the greatness Wale has attained plus his longevity in the industry simply shows the late musician is inhabiting his body and leading him on the right path musically.

“Terry Bonchaka and Shatta Wale worked together before. And I thank God for the way Shatta Wale has made it through Dancehall music.

He has made it bigger than Terry Bonhcaka and I like that because Terry also supported Shatta Wale and he has his spirit in him,” King Ayisoba said in a recent interview on Kastle FM with Amansan Krakye.

King Ayisoba further asserts that Terry Bonhcaka would have achieved greater things, much as Shatta Wale is currently doing if he had not died too soon in that horrifying accident.

“You see the way Shatta Wale has made Ghana proud? He is still Shatta Wale after 15 years in the industry. It is the same thing Terry Bonchaka would have done”. He disclosed

He believes that, when you work under someone and the person passes on, his spirit is directly passed on to you the apprentice hence he and Shatta Wale all have the spirit of Terry Bonhcaka in them.

Terry Bonchaka, a fast-rising Ghanaian Ragga & Dancehall artist died on October 29, 2003, in a fatal accident. His car rammed into a tree after he lost control of it while returning from a show he headlined at Legon campus. The accident took place on the Legon-Madina road in Accra. He was pronounced dead upon arrival at the 37 Military Hospital.

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