- Shatta Wale replies Charterhouse for disqualifying him from the VGMAs
- He puts a post on his Facebook page and releases a song after
- Charter house on Tuesday announced the singer is barred from this year's award until he renders an apology to the VGMA board
Self -acclaimed King of dancehall music, Shatta Wale, has replied Charterhouse for disqualifying him from this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards with a post on his social media account and a song release.
Reacting to the comments by the board, Shatta Wale took to his facebook page to post a commeht on Tuesday after the board had stated his reasons for disqualifying him. He wrote:
"WHY SHOULD I ALWAYS I APOLOGIZE FOR THE MONSTER YOU HAVE MADE ME BECOME WHEN NO ONE HAS EVER APOLOGIZED FOR MAKING ME THIS WAY.IF YOU PUT ME IN A CAGE LIKE AN ANIMAL AND FEED ME WITH FRESH BLOODY MEAT FOR YEARS,IMAGINE WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF I BREAK THE CAGE AND COME OUT,I WILL BE FORCED TO LIVE THE BLOODY WAY YOU TRAINED ME".
Shatta Wale’s comments got much response from fans who wondered who the post was meant for and how Charterhouse had contributed in his music career to make him a monster, per the lines in the post.
On Wednesday news went viral that Shatta Wale had continued his rant with the release of a song fro Charterhouse. The song addresses his disqualification from the year's Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
The song titled "Prove Them Wrong" re-echo's his Facebook reply to the board and he also states "I will always be a fighter you can't tell me nothing I will always prove you wrong till the day I die".
Readers are reminded that at a news conference on Thursday, the King of shatta movement was disqualified from this year’s nomination list. According to the VGMA board their reason is that the artiste was yet to render an apology to the board for insults hurled at them last year. This according to them would not warrant him to contest for this year’s awards.
According to the Board, Shatta Wale can only be part of this year’s awards unless he completes the process of officially apologizing publicly for maligning the VGMA Board, the awards scheme and if he deletes all defamatory videos and statements on social media among other things.
Charter House had dragged Shatta Wale to court for posting four videos considered defamatory on social media.