Shatta Wale has issued a stern warning to board members of the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
The rebuttal comes in the wake of the continuous talk of his ban from the awards scheme and the call from the Executive Director of Charterhouse, Theresa Ayoade, for the media to rise above its fixation on Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
Speaking in a live Facebook feed, Shatta Wale had some words to share with the Board Members of the biggest awards scheme in the country, VGMA.
He lashed out saying: “The Board Members, all of you are poor people. What I possess, none of you has, I can pay all of you every month.”
“You don’t have anything. Most of them are disappointed musicians. You don’t know God.”
“You guys don’t think, You are fools.”
Shatta Wale went on to compare the VGMA ban to an analysis of Hearts and Kotoko, as well as Shell Oil Company – stating that Hearts and Kotoko faced no ban, even after the May 9 disaster. Shell was also not banned from operating after the June 6 catastrophe.
Finally, he issued a stern warning to the event organising body with the words:
“Don’t try me. This should be your first and last. Don’t try me. You can try this on Stonebwoy but not me.”
“Look at Prince Tsegah, see his forehead. He doesn’t have a better life. He is suffering.”