Come Together And Boycott VGMA – They Are Using You For Money – Afia Schwarzenegger To Ghanaian Artistes

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Controversial actress cum comedienne, Afia Schwarzenegger has said Ghanaian musicians must come together in this era to boycott  Vodafone Ghana Music Awards because they are using them for their selfish gains.

According to the loud actress, she did not expect Vodafone Ghana to deal with Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy the way they have done so Ghanaian musicians must come together to boycott their decision.

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She noted that Vodafone Ghana should have dissociates its brand from Charterhouse who incompetently mishandled the security system rather than mercilessly dealing with Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale. .

To her, Vodafone Ghana is rather taking advantage of Ghanaian musicians who at the end of the day receive just a plaque with VGMA making much more.

 

 

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And who are they banning for allowing guns yes guns into the auditorium. Who are they banning for endangering the lives of people,who did they ban for the people that collapsed becos of their incompetence, how did 1 sneak in a pepper spray. I am expecting @vodafoneghana to disassociate their reputable brand from an embarrassment and incompetence like Charter House. Also musicians should come together n boycott VGMA…it is bias,they are using you and your intellectual properties for their selfish gains…Really how much kraa did ur so called award came with??? What is dancehall in Gh without @shattawalenima @stonebwoyb??? Charter House will do another Press conference and blame somebody Kyeiwaa or anyone that comes in mind but themselves. MEDIOCRE Tweaaaaaa be ka nyansasem na yen nka bi wosi Ban… #queenofcomedygh👑 #onyamehighlyinvolved #onyamekala #gossipdiva This wig is on sale @shasha_wigs .

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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