Music producer, entertainment pundit and artiste manager, Kwesi Ernest, has indicated his displeasure over the deafening silence of gospel star Sonnie Badu following the 2020 VGMAs.
Kwesi Ernest who was speaking in a live radio interview on Accra-based Twi-speaking radio station, Peace FM, said the gospel star is yet to congratulate his fellow gospel acts who won on the night of the VGMAs.
While speaking in the interview, Kwesi Ernest expressed his displeasure at the fact that the gospel star was still waiting to be prompted to do the needful.
Kwesi Ernest indicated that Sonnie Badu's role a godfather to many burgeoning gospel stars would be called into question if he still does not see the need to congratulate the winners.
The entertainment pundit was just pushing for the Baba singer to just make posts to extend his own message of congratulation to his colleagues in the same genre.
According to him, Sonnie Badu failing to congratulate MOG Music and Agbebolo crooner Celestine Donkor is something he is still trying to grapple with.
While making his point, Mr Ernest stated for the record that he did not have a problem with Sonnie Badu congratulating Kuami Eugene for winning Artiste of the Year but he felt the 'charity begins at home' theory should have been applied.
He was of the view that the Wonder God singer should have celebrated his industry colleagues before going on to congratulate the highlife singer.
Not long ago, YEN.com.gh reported that Sonnie Badu had extended congratulatory messages to Kuami Eugene after the latter was adjudged AOTY at the 21st VGMAs.
Some media personalities expressed their displeasure over the move and indicated that Sonnie Badu should rather help push burgeoning gospel stars who have been loyal to him.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian dancehall giants, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy are not letting anything stop their new-found bromance as they have been spotted spending time together.
The two award-winning acts were reported to have met at a place to have lunch following their Asaase Sound Clash which saw them in a heated lyrical battle.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy posed with two other people who were on the stage with them during Saturday's Asaase Radio Sound Clash which was held in Accra.