- Guru has indicated that he was rooting for Sarkodie to win the VGMA Artiste of the Year
- According to him, Sarkodie had done so well under the year of review
- He, however, congratulated Kuami Eugene for coming out tops on the night
Musician Maradona Yeboah Adjei, famed as Guru NKZ, has waded into the debate surrounding the winner of the Artiste of the Year at the just-ended 2020 VGMA held in Accra.
In a tweet, Guru implied that left to him alone, the ultimate award should have gone to Oofeetsor crooner, Michael Owusu Addo known widely as Sarkodie.
According to Guru, this year's edition of the night of music and recognition was the only one in which he was rooting for Sarkodie to win but hie wish did not materialize.
He went on to sarcastically ask for the award to be given to the 'rightful owner' which in his own eyes, was Sarkodie.
The Lapaz Toyota crooner, however, went on to pat Kuami Eugene on the back and also congratulate him for winning the best of best artiste under the year of review.
Guru's tweet read:
"The only year under review me GURU kind of support Sarkodie to win artist of the year
Masa give back His award wai anyway congrats My Fadama Boy ade3 wo fie aa oy3"
Guru went on to indicate that as an indigene of Fadama, a suburb of Accra, he was proud that his fellow area boy Kuami Eugene, won the award.
Meanwhile, popular dancehall artiste Kelvynboy, born Kelvin Brown, has unfollowed all the people he was following on social media site Instagram after the VGMA 2020.
The Mea singer was a nominee at the 21st edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards and was present to pick the award should he be adjudged the winner.
Things did not however go as he planned as the award category in which he was nominated went to someone else.
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.
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