-Stonebwoy has expressed disappointment in Charterhouse CEO Theresa Ayoade
- He says Charterhouse does not have the interest of Ghanaian Musicians and Ghana Music at heart
-Stonebwoy also stated that some comments made by the CEO of Charterhouse were not in good taste.
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Following a comment made by Theresa Ayoade, Chief Executive of Charterhouse that Ghana's music industry is bigger than Dancehall champions Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy, the 'Ololo' hitmaker has gone full ballistic on Charter House.
Stonebwoy said he found Theresa Ayoade's calls to the media to help them kill he and Shatta Wale's careers very disappointing.
In a Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy also added that Charterhouse does not have the interest of Ghanaian Musicians and Ghana Music at heart.
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"May I conclude that @CharterhouseGH.DOES NOT Have The Interest Of Ghanaian Musicians and Ghana Music At Heart.With All Due Respect #MrsTeresa I’m Disappointed!! Calling On Ghana Media To Help You Quench Our Careers Is A Very Low Blow.. #BhimGovernment," Stonebwoy tweeted.
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Theresa Ayoade had earlier stated that the Ghanaian music industry is bigger than both Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale while calling on the media to help "let us rise above them"
This statement did not go down well with the fans of both artistes.
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But Stonebwoy said the comment made by the CEO of Charterhouse is was low blow.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Former Public Events and Communication Manager at Charterhouse Productions George Quaye had defended the comments of his former boss Theresa Ayoade over Ghana's award-winning Dancehall acts Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
George Quaye said Theresa Ayoade's statement was made in context and in no way meant to suggest the company wanted to kill the careers of the two dancehall artistes.
He added that Charterhouse organized a press conference to interact with industry players and media on how to make the next Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) better than the previous one.
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