Popular TV presenter Nana Aba Anamoah has added her voice to the many issues stemming out from the nominations for 2019 Vodafone Ghana Movie Awards (VGMA).
According to her, Shatta Wale’s popular My Level song deserved to be nominated into the gospel song category.
Not only that but the GHONE presenter believes the song also qualifies to be named the gospel song of the year because he “sang it to praise God”.
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This was gathered by YEN.com.gh in a tweet Nana Aba made.
She added that though Shatta Wale was pleased with his nominations so far, being nominated in the gospel category would make him more fulfilled.
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Her post seems to have caused division among her fans, some supporting her idea, and others disputing it.
Some also believe that there are better songs that could be nominated in the gospel category than Shatta Wale’s My Level.
Walker, for instance, asked Nana Aba if she knew what a gospel song really is:
Paapa, also asked Nana Aba to tell her audience what a gospel song is:
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Another fan by username SM Commander was of the view that the ‘challengers’ don’t respect God:
Paa Kwesi also believes Sarkodie’s Hope be better nominated than Shatta Wale’s My Level:
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Kotoko, a staunch fan of Shatta Wale, said he agreed to Nana Aba’s suggestion:
Sense is man couldn’t disagree either:
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Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has been in the news recently following a report that he was chased out by some angry Legon students during a show on campus.
Shatta Wale has also trended in the news for saying that he allowed Michy to sleep with other men to raise money for him.
Nana Aba Anamoah has also been featured in the news following a report that his baby daddy was lambasted for wearing a ‘fashionista skirt’.
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