Shatta Wale has made an appeal to Charter House to reinstate him in the annual the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) scheme that honours musicians who excel in the year under review.
Shatta Wale was banned from the VGMA in 2014 after he made disparaging comments about Charter House, the organisers of the awards.
Although Shatta Wale claimed at the time that he did not care about the awards, many of fans have pointed out that given the quality of his songs, he could have won several awards if he had been part of it.
The self-acclaimed dancehall king in Africa finally appears to agree with his supporters and other music enthusiasts that being part of the VGMA awards is positive for his career.
In an interview on GHOneTV on Tuesday, Shatta Wale said he would love to be reinstated in the awards.
He has said he had apologised several times to Charter House for his disparaging remarks but had not received a positive feedback.
“I have to be there. VGMA is like National Anthem. It is God bless our homeland Ghana erhh. I have apologised so many times and don’t know how people want this thing to be done but you know me I wish we take this case from court because it is entertainment,” he said.
He said he would make another attempt to resolve the issue with Charter House to enable him participate in the next awards.
“I am ready to do that any time soon my brother. My fans are always worried. ‘Oh Shatta this year you have to go to VGMA',’” he said.
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