The self-acclaimed youngest billionaire in the world passed through Pulse Ghana studio on Thursday, September 19, where he tackled a lot of issues regarding his lifestyle.
Shatta, during the interview, made a series of revelations that we deem important to share with you.
Below are 10 things we learned about him during our recent one-on-one chat with the braggart.
His real name
His legal name is Firdaus Idrissu. He adopted the name ‘Shatta Bandle’ after realizing that he had bundles of cash stuck in his bank account. He claims the name ‘Shatta’ means a billionaire.
According to him, he is just two-months-old. “My real age is two-months. I was one-month-old last month so this month makes two. That’s why I call myself ‘young rich n*gga’”, he said when quizzed among his real age.
Place of birth
He was born in Karaga – a small town and the capital of Karaga district in the Northern Region of Ghana. He stayed there with his parents for a while before moving to Accra to pursue his dream.
Shatta Bandle has not received any formal education. He told Pulse Ghana that it was as a result of his struggle to get rich. He doesn’t believe in formal education, however, it’s part of his goal to receive a formal education in the future.
His businesses and source of income
According to Shatta Bandle, he is into the oil and gas business – which is a major source of his income. Even though he refused to reveal the names of the companies he deals with, he claims to work with oil companies in Ghana, Nigeria, and the United Arab Emirates.
He claims he is richer than everybody on earth, including renown business magnates, Bill Gates and Aliko Dangote. He hates to be compared to musicians because they can’t even make what he spends per week.
His net worth, houses, cars, private jets, and girlfriends
Shatta Bandle told Pulse Ghana that he can’t calculate his net worth because he has lost track of his savings and streams of income. He said he saves in American, UK, and Chinese banks, and can’t calculate his deposits.