- The plaque that was handed to dancehall star, Ras Kuuku, has reportedly been stolen
- According to reports, the plaque went missing as the artiste was on a 'thank you' tour with it
- Ras Kuuku beat the likes of Epixode, Jupiter, Samini, and others to win the coveted award
Information reaching YEN.com.gh has it that the plaque that dancehall star Ras Kuuku received for winning the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of The Year has been stolen.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Celebritiesbuzz.com and currently making rounds on social media, has it that the award given to the singer is nowhere to be found.
Ras Kuuku, after being adjudged the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of The Year at the recent 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, decided to hold a mini 'thank you' tour with it.
It is however indicated that it is on one of such visits to thank his fans for voting massively for him that he lost the plaque.
The Puom crooner who is said to be very excited of writing his name in the history books of Reggae/Dancehall artiste to gain recognition, could not thank his fans enough, hence the tour.
Celebritiesbuzz.com however indicated that they reached out to a crew member of the Show Them Love singer to verify the reports going round online about the missing plaque.
The feedback from the crew member was that they had heard no such unfortunate news and that he was even surprised that something of such nature was being peddled on social media.
Attempts to reach Ras Kuuku personally for him to comment on the matter, according to the website, has also proved futile since he is not answering his phone.
Meanwhile, burgeoning Kumawood actress Purfcie Conna, has wowed her fans and followers with a new photo and as usual, they can't stop admiring her matchless beauty.
In the latest photo of the actress sighted by YEN.com.gh, Purfcie Conna is seen standing in what looked like a room as she posed for the camera.
She was seen wearing a short pair of jeans and white shirt as she kept a straight face while looking straight into the camera.
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