- Shatta Wale has officially apologised to Stonebwoy and Ghanaians for the VGMA troubles
- He had walked to the stage when Stonebwoy was making a remark leading to chaos
- The two musicians have united now and have called on their fans to be united too
Shatta Wale has finally apologised to Stonebwoy and his fans for the troubles he caused the musician at the 2019 VGMA.
Calling Stonebwoy his brother, Shatta Wale also apologised to Ghanaians at large and his own fans for the VGMA fracas.
He also expressed his apology to all who might have been offended by his action.
“I want to say sorry, sorry to my brother Stonebwoy, to all BHIM fans, Shatta Wale fans, all others who might have felt bad for my action,” Shatta Wale said with a very emotional voice tone.
He did not leave out the media as Shatta Wale continued with his apology.
The Taking Over hit maker made these remarks at a joint press conference with Stonebwoy.
Please start from the first minutes to watch Shatta Wale make his remarks:
Shatta Wale had stormed the stage when Stonebwoy was making a remark after winning the Reggae Dancehall artiste of the year.
According to his fans, he wanted to Stonebwoy to congratulate Stonebwoy, however, the whole thing turned chaotic with Stonebwoy pulling a gun.
The case is still at court and the two artistes have been granted bail at GHC50,000 each.
Dubbed Unity Press Conference, the two musicians declared their intentions to forge ahead in unity for their person development and also for the industry.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy revealed that he and Shatta Wale had long yearned to make peace.
He also disclosed his position together with Shatta Wale if Charterhouse lifts the ban from them following the VGMA brouhaha.
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Source: Yen Newspaper