- Popular reggae presenter Blakk Rasta has engaged in confusion at the just-ended Radio and Television personality Awards
- Blakk Rasta who thought his name was mentioned for the Best Reggae Presenter Award was not given the award
- The award was rather meant for 3FM's Black Kobby whom Blakk Rasta mistook for his name
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Award-winning reggae presenter Blakk Rasta got fans talking after engaging in an incident at the 2019 RTP Awards.
At the event, Blakk Rasta walked up to stage thinking his name was mentioned for the Best Reggae Presenter Award.
The controversial radio host was, however, not given the award as the one presenting the award noted he was not the one.
Instead, the award was presented to Media General's Nana Kwadwo Addo who received it on behalf of Blakk Kobby.
The lady who presented the award had mentioned Blakk Kobby's name as the winner of the Best Reggae Presenter category.
Surprisingly, Blakk Rasta stood up with his entourage, walked up to the stage as if he was the one whose name was mentioned.
Apparently, the first name for both Blakk Kobby who was the real winner and Blakk Rasta brought the confusion.
As soon as the awardee mentioned Blakk, the crowd shouted, enabling only a few people to hear that it was Kobby's name that was mentioned after the Blakk.
In the middle of the shouts and cheers, Blakk Rasta woke up thinking he was the winner but was unfortunately left wondering on stage.
The incident was said to be humiliating to the Zylofon FM presenter who had no option than to walk-off the stage.
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