- The CEO of 3Music Awards, Abdulai Abu, says he is being threatened by some loyal fans of a musician
- He said they have threatened to kill him because their favourite artiste was not given the deserving awards at the 2019 edition of the show
- Abu said organising music awards is one dangerous thing to do in Ghana
Sadiq Abdulai Abu, the CEO of 3Music Awards, has revealed that his life is in danger because some people have threatened to kill him.
Abu said these are loyal fans of a popular musician who felt that their artiste should have won certain awards at the 2019 3Music Awards but did not win.
He said the fans feel cheated and till date, he has been receiving the threatening messages from them.
Abu was speaking in an interview with blogger Zion Felix in a video seen by YEN.com.gh.
He disclosed that organising of music awards in Ghana is a very dangerous thing because it comes with a lot of hurdles, citing the example of the VGMA fight between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
Abu, however, said he has developed a thick skin on the matter, and had beefed up his security to protect himself from the threats.
Please fast-forward to the 4th minute to watch Abu speak on the issue.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported how Shatta Wale emerged the most awarded musician on the 3Music Awards night which was held weeks ago.
He had won 11 awards on the night, including the Artiste of the Year accolade.
This was disputed by Stonebwoy’s manager, who called the Awards scheme “wack”, suggesting it lacked credibility.
Stonebwoy himself expressed his disappointed for winning fewer awards on the night than Shatta Wale who took the lion share.
However, some entertainment pundits criticised Stonebwoy and his manager for their comments, asking them to return all the awards they have won in the past if it lacked credibility.
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