Shatta Wale Says ‘I Didn’t See Apology As A Requirement On VGMA Forms So I Won’t Apologize to Charter House’
It officially emerged yesterday that Charter House, the organisers of the annual Ghana Music Awards have banned Ghana’s self-acclaimed and most sane dancehall artiste-Shatta Wale from participating in this year’s VGMAs—despite Shatta Wale having made great efforts to submit his words for consideration.
And as usual, Charter House’s ban is as a result of their self-righteous request; they want Shatta Wale to apologize to them for all the insults he has thrown at them, their families and unborn children.
Though rendering apology is yet to be added to the VGMA’s qualifying requirements, Charter House seems to think Shatta Wale should have been able to read their minds and know that before they would consider him, he ought to have sent some good apology with 3 cattle to their offices.
Following the ban, Shatta Wale took to social media this morning to say; “no where did I see apology as part of the requirements an artiste should meet before submitting his works for the 2016 VGMA so it’s insane to expect me to fulfil a non-required requirement before being considered.”
He continued “it be award I go chop or what? Make I hit the studio and do what my fans love. Fire burn all the haters. BET on my mind, not VGMA.”
“I was just testing the water to see if they would have accepted my songs or not. They think I really care about some wood huh,” he concluded.