- Nigerian musician, Mr. Eazi, has described Charterhouse as a group of jokers
- According to him, he will prefer to lose an award at the Grammys, rather than the VGMA, the award scheme organized by Charterhouse
Popular Nigerian musician, Mr. Eazi, has revealed that he will have no problem winning no award at the Grammy Awards.
This, he added would feel better, compared to the same instance with the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs), organized by Charterhouse.
According to him, the people at Charterhouse are nothing more than a group of jokers. He went on to say that the VGMAs isn’t a recognized awards scheme, and as such he will not worry his head over it.
The ‘Pour Me Water’ hit singer’s comments were in reaction to the fact that he won no award at the 2018 edition of the VGMAs.
"Charterhouse is full of jokers, how can you conclude that I am not a big artiste when I organized the biggest event (Life is Eazi Detty Rave concert), the same year you nominated me for ‘Best African Artiste of the Year‘ category at the VGMA? Mr. Eazi quizzed.
Speaking on the Delay show, he went ahead to say that he was not surprised he lost the ‘Best African Artiste of the Year‘ award to ‘Mad Over You’ hit-maker, RunTown because Charterhouse wanted him to performance free.
“They called my manager for me to perform at last year’s VGMAs and I told them I was on tour in the USA and if they can book flight for me to come since they were not going to give me a dime.
They couldn’t oblige to that and I had stay off because I had a show that was going to pay me good money.”, he revealed.
He further added that at this moment of his life, his only focus is to make his fans happy and make a lot of money.
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