Ghanaians blame Shatta Wale for VGMA '19 commotion

Ghanaians blame Shatta Wale for VGMA '19 commotion

On Saturday, May 18, 2019, Ghanaians especially entertainment followers gathered at the Accra International Conference Center for the 2019 VGMA.

The event was organised to award musicians who have given their all under the year of review.

2019's edition happens to be special as it coincides with the 20th-anniversary celebrations of the award.

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But the colourful event was marred after a fight broke out between the camps of Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.

Shatta Wale had walked onto the stage leading to a fight that broke out between his fans and those of Stonebwoy.

His intention to walk up to the stage was understood by Stonebwoy’s fans as an attack on their idol, forcing them to start an attack on him.

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The confusion that happened forced Stonebwoy to pull out a gun.

However, conducted a poll to know the real cause of the confusion that rocked the programme.

Social media users who commented pointed fingers at Shatta Wale, blaming him for the fracas that happened.

Dem Nanadem blamed Shatta Wale for mounting the stage:

Obeng Joeljohnson also blasted Shatta Wale:

Immanuel Kofi Bale faulted Shatta Wale for the fracas:

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Daniel Yaw Anaff believed Shatta Wale was behind the commotion:

But some users jumped to Shatta Wale's defence with respect to the confusion.

Asman Raida professed his love for Shatta Wale:

Suzzy Obeng went hard on Stonebwoy:

Earlier, reported how Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy were detained in the police cells after the fracas.

Per reports, the two were arrested by the police on Sunday, May 19, 2019.

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