Dancehall muscians Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have made comments pertaining to their ban from the VGMAs.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have made a decision concerning their recent ban from the Ghana Music Awards.
According to Stonebwoy, who answered questions pertaining to their decision amid the unity, they are ready to accept a come back if the ban is lifted.
In a press conference that was monitored by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy expressed his opinion about the Charterhouse VGMA ban.
After a journalist asked question concerning their decision on Charterhouse amid the unity, Stonebwoy replied saying that they will accept to be back on the award scheme.
The Burniton Music Group CEO admitted that they were at fault for acting hostile towards each other at the event.
He noted that the ban has had some effect on them as they are in trying moments following the VGMA brawl.
Stonebwoy went further to state that if Charterhouse come to the realization that they want to reverse the ban; they will be willing to work with them.
“If they lift the ban as a board pertaining to their own discretion, we will work with them so when we get there, we will cross it because we are professionals,” Stonebwoy noted.
Kindly skip 24:10 for exact answer that Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale gave. Source: GH One TV
In addition to his comments, Stonebwoy assured that they will do things right this time round when the ban is lifted.
After Stonebwoy spoke, Shatta Wale said very little concerning the issue as he smiled over the rather interesting question.
Shatta Wale noted that he has agreed to whatever answer Stonebwoy gave concerning their willingness to be nominated again.
Their comments followed a ban that the VGMA board meted on Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy after their brawl at the 2019 VGMA grand event on May 18, 2019.
The two musicians got into a scuffle at the just ended Ghana Music Awards after Shatta Wale walked up to stage at a time Stonebwoy was receiving his award.
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