“Everything he touches turns to gold. Have you heard of the story of Midas touch? That is why I adore Shatta Wale. I think he works hard and doesn’t pay attention to the negative body and he is rising above all of them. I am completely disappointed that you have an organization awarding musicians and because of such pettiness, Shatta Wale is not nominated. I want to bring that word ‘travesty of justice’. Shatta Wale is a musician and he loves controversy, he thrives on controversy but that is him, take it or leave it. I really don’t see the fuss about him being abandoned or neglected or boycotted by Charter House. I believe Charter House must get over it. It is about time they rose above it. It is really unnecessary.” Nana Aba Anamoah, a media personality with GhOne TV told us.
The artiste in question in 2015 engaged in a heated argument with Charter House after he accused them of cheating musicians in the country. The company was offended by the comments and sued him for defamation. The Dancehall artiste was subsequently declared unfit to be nominated for Ghana Music Awards in 2016 following the development.
But Nana Aba gave no hoot; she further lambasted and lampooned the treatment portioned at the self-acclaimed Dancehall King by Charter House for constantly sidelining him.
Let’s keep our fingers crossed and see if the event company will harken to Nana Aba’s plea or ‘cry’.