We trusted Shatta Wale but he disappointed us – CEO of Charter House

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The nominations for the 2020 release of the Vodafone Ghana Music Award (VGMA) have been opened and a few sections of music sweethearts and Ghanaians are approaching the coordinators Charter House to reviewed Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale into the current year’s occasion after they were inconclusively restricted a year ago.

The CEO of Charter House Madam Theresa Ayoade has turned out to state that the association board is yet to settle on the destiny of the two dancehall act and too sitting tight for the result of their legal disputes.

In another submission, the CEO of the awards scheme has uncovered that she and her outfit are profoundly baffled in Shatta Wale for upsetting a year ago’s an occasion which likewise denoted its twentieth commemoration.

As per her, before the occasion a year ago, her outfit and Shatta Wale had occupied with a progression of gatherings and he demonstrated to them that he was for sure a changed individual so they chose to give him the possibility.

He apologized publicly, came to the office several times with several entourages. So when it was time for this 20th-anniversary celebration, we decided to give him another chance,” she said. “We had a one-on-one session with him and he promised me personally that ‘all those issues are gone, he was young then, now he’s older, he’s grown’”.

We did everything we could to ensure that we’re on the same footing… After the Xperience Concert, we called him back to the office that ‘some of your guys were being too rough so we are not happy about that. We want you to assure us…’ It shows the kind of engagement. It wasn’t the normal type of engagement,” she said, stressing that they were shocked he broke his promise on the night.

She added that: “We were all taken aback. We saved him his five seats just like Stonebwoy. There are things you’d regret but you cannot beat yourself over it. We had saved his five seats for him; he said his father to his father and sister to come and sit in the seat. The rest of the three seats remained empty the whole night [thinking] Shatta Wale was coming to sit on his seat… We didn’t anticipate that going to sit with his fans meant they were planning something.”

She continued: “We took his word for it. We trusted him, we trusted the good intensions, we trusted the fact that he appreciated the industry and he would behave. We gave him that trust and he abused that trust by pulling that stunt.”

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