Shata Wale in an interview on Peace FM's Entertainment Review mentioned that he was unimpressed with Charterhouse's decision because there was still
. Recently Charterhouse's director of public events and PRO Robert Klah revealed on Hitz FM that the Board of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) had decided to lift the ban imposed on both artists after their heated fight at the 2019 edition of the awards ceremony.
“In principle it was decided that the ban should be lifted. There is a reason this altercation occurred and you want to make sure they don't resurface. You want to have that kind of conversation to understand and agree on how things should move, ”said Robert Klah.
. However, Shatta insisted that the negative impact of the ban and everything around him internationally was so severe that lifting the ban would not change much for him.
The head of SM requested that a business meeting be arranged between the board and his team as he revealed that he would also like to be a shareholder of the board.
“Look, I want to be an example for emerging artists in the country because what I went through was not a joke. They put me in a cell for my problems with Stonebwoy and the news was all over the world. My survival was made possible by God because I was made fun of. Then take just one day to lift the ban and hope I'm happy. They should have sat down with me to talk business. I always say that I am a businessman, so if you can do that, I will be willing to accept your demands. I want to be a shareholder of the board too, "explained Shatta Wale.
The self-proclaimed Dancehall King opined that he wants to set the model of an artist with integrity for the next generation of musicians.
Shatta stated that he would never allow anyone to exploit him.
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