- Ras Kuuku has reacted to claims that his award from the 2020 VGMAs was missing
- According to him, the award was safe with him and would still be going around on his tour
- The dancehall star beat the likes of Samini, Epixode and AK Songstress to the award
Award-winning dancehall star, Ras Kuuku, has finally addressed issues going round on social media that his VGMA Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year plaque had been stolen.
While speaking on a radio show with Halifax Ansah Addo, the Puom boss indicated that there was no truth in the rumours circulating and that the award was safe and sound.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the award was seen resting on a desk close to the Show Them Love singer.
When asked why he was on tour with the only award he won at the 21st edition of the VGMAs when even Kuami Eugene was not doing same, Ras Kuuku said his award was not a corporate one.
He said the award was won on behalf of the ghetto youth and he would continue touring with it for all his fans and followers to see and probably have a feel of.
One panellist on the same show said he was very proud of the way Ras Kuuku was holding the award in high esteem and encouraged all the other winners to emulate the dancehall artiste.
The panelist went on to add that he was very happy that many first time winners were recorded at the 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards and encouraged all winners to work hard.
Ras Kuuku, after shooting down reports of the stolen award said the plaque was safe in his armpit and that anyone who felt he deserved the award should dare coming for it.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the plaque that dancehall star Ras Kuuku received for winning the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of The Year had been stolen.
In a report sighted on Celebritiesbuzz.com and currently making rounds on social media, it was said that the award given to the singer was 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.
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