- Kelvynboy is reported to have angrily walked out of the VGMAs after he missed out on an award
- The artiste was seen in a video together with some people leaving the event ground
- The 2020 edition of the VGMA was held at the Accra International Conference Center
Popular dancehall star, Kelvynboy known in real life as Kelvin Brown, is reported to have angrily stormed out of the premises of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards after being beaten to an award.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Mea crooner could be seen walking briskly out of the auditorium together with some people believed to be his management team.
The reports on social media have it that Kelvynboy was peeved to have not picked up an award he probably felt was a "cool chop" for him.
Kelvynboy's Mea which featured Joey B was nominated in the Afrobeats Song Of The Year category at the just-ended 21st edition of the VGMAs which is the night of music and recognition.
In the video, a man was heard saying Kelvynboy's signature as he was videoed storming out of the auditorium.
Kelvynboy was captured leaving the hall while his fellow creative, Adina was in the middle of her performance on the night.
It is still yet to be confirmed if Kelvyn boy walked out of the auditorium out of anger or was probably going somewhere to attend to something else.
The Toffee singer was nominated in the same category alongside powerful acts and songs like EL ft AI -Adwuma, King Promise – Comando, Darkovibes ft Kidi – Bless Me, Kwesi Arthur ft Mr Eazi- Nobody, Kidi ft Kwesi Arthur- Mr Badman, Dopenation- Zanku, Guilty Beats ft Mr Eazi and Kwesi Arthur-Pilolo and Wendy Shay -All for you.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian hip-hop artiste Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah, popularly known as Kofi Mole, has stunned the whole of Ghana with a first time outing of his young son.
On Day 2 of the ongoing Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, the Don’t Be Late singer appeared on the Red Carpet with the young man who was dressed in the same outfit as his dad.
The cute young man was seen following in his dad’s footsteps and did not want to be left behind.
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