Shatta Wale Comes Hard at Charterhouse After He Was Banned — Check Out What He Said

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Shatta ‘I quit VGMA just before they banned me’ Wale has come out hard at organizers of the show, Charterhouse, after he was banned indefinitely from the awards scheme.

Wale and his partner in crime, Stonebwoy, were both banned indefinitely by the awards scheme earlier today after their involvement in a brawl at last Saturday’s awards night.

Prior to their announcement, Shatta Wale took to social media to say he wouldn’t take part in the VGMAs anymore, a clear attempt to make it seem he divorced them and not the other way round.

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Shatta has now reacted to his ban on social media and he does not have kind words for the award organizers.

According to him, Charterhoue has been exploiting them (the artists) to make money whilst they receive nothing in return.

Wale reiterated his decision to not be part of any such exploitative scheme going forward.

Check out his latest rant below…

“I care about the lives of my fans and can’t stand this people making us artiste hating,fighting and envying ourselves every year for nothing and I mean nothing …

If we are awarded with plaques and huge sums of money and even houses like artiste will not misbehave and feel superior over each other

But you work hard all night and some few people make money out of this precious God given talent just in one night …

Naaaa !!! Not me Shatta Wale …

We all got to eat !!!!”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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