Popular dancehall musician Shatta Wale has got social media talking with his new post concerning Nana Appiah Mensah and the Menzgold saga.

Shatta Wale has once again thrown support behind embattled CEO of Menzgold Nana Appiah Mensah popular known as NAM1.

According to the king of African dancehall, NAM1 is ready to pay all locked up cash if the system will allow him.

In an Instagram post sighted by Shatta Wale expressed his disappointment at government and the system.

"It’s Friday and I just miss @mn_appiah what a great man. Ghanaian musician this was our Saviour. I have said it," he wrote.

"His plan was to help not just us but the citizens too to make money but the system never gave him a chance," he added.

The 'Gringo' hitmaker went on to sympathize with Menzgold customers who had their investments locked up with his former boss' firm.

"Menzgold customers I am really sorry for all that is going on but believe me this man is ready to come back if the system will allow him to pay back all your money," he stated.

Shatta Wale seemed to have laid blame on the feet of government and the system as he claimed that NAM1 is innocent.

He asked that the system give it a try by allowing the embattled CEO take all necessary action he has been requesting for.

Shatta Wale's post is in relation to recent allegations made by NAM1 against the government of Ghana.

NAM1 who is currently held in Dubai by the Interpol claimed that he is ready to pay back his customers if government allows him.

He disclosed that government is unwilling to help him retrieve his locked up cash with the Dubai firm he won the case against.