The Blogger and C.E.O of ABN WEBMASTERS, Kweku Ampofo Asamoah (Qweku Live Gh) shared his thought on the recent issue of Shatta wale blasting Charterhouse Ghana on the statement that the indefinite ban placed on Shatta Wale holds until the newly constituted board overturns it, the dancehall artiste has barked, describing staff of the firm as ‘fools and spoiling the music business ‘
Based on this statement Qweku live Gh agrees with The Dancehall King, he said, “Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy had come far and had raised Ghana Music to a peak that will take us 20 to 30 years to get there, the two had fought hard for their image, music, and Ghana as a whole, they both accepted their faults and everyone saw that. Banning them is not the best option for business, I think Charterhouse Ghana should revisit their decision and find an appropriate one to suit the business.
Although, Charterhouse holds Ghana’s biggest music Awards events thus doesn’t give them the ultimate power to ban musicians looking at the future of Ghana’s Music Industry.” he also said, If Stonbwouy and Shatta Wale could end VGMA in just a Minute, then they can also make it stronger and powerful than before, use them wisely to create great a future for your event.”
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy were banned indefinitely from the awards scheme, stripped of all the awards they won last year and asked to return the plaques after they disrupted the 20th edition of the event.
While Stonebwoy was up the VGMA stage taking his award, Shatta Wale, his rival on the music scene, was seen approaching the stage with a host of others presumed to be his fans.
Stonebwoy who felt threatened, pulled out a handgun handed him on stage by one of his entourage, a scene that sparked a scuffle between the two artists and their followers.
The awards event was temporarily halted and the topmost two awards for the event, Most Popular Song of the Year and Artiste of the Year, were deferred due to the melee.
My VGMA ban should be extended – Stonebwoy
At a press conference at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra on Friday, February 7, Stonebwoy said he wished the ban would last for about three years to serve as a deterrent to young artistes.
“The young ones must know that you can’t just misbehave on an awards stage and go free. Such punishments are good to check musicians. The ban has not affected me in any way but it’s all good for the music industry,” he said.
Source: Link Online Gh
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