Shatta Wale to me is the goat, I'd buy him a brand new Bentley — Aik Abani

Updated: May 24, 2019

Portraying Shatta Wale as a dancehall god, God's very own blessing to African showbiz among different tributes, the Chief Executive Officer for one of Africa's most extravagant excitement organizations — Aik Livingston Abani of MaddHaus Entertainment minced no words as he interminably safeguarded activities of the disputable performer the evening of the 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, VGMA.

At the twentieth commemoration of the VGMAs that occurred in Accra on Saturday, May 18, Shatta's opponent Stonebwoy needed to destroy out a weapon to frighten away Shatta Wale and his team from attacking his space as he climbs the phase to get his honor for best reggae dancehall artiste. Brutality broke out and the occasion must be canceled not long after it continued.

MCs for the occasion, Chairman General Sefa Kai and Berla Mundi clarified that, two disputable honors were being retained by coordinators. What's more, at an arranged presser in coming days, the open would be educated and informed on the tragic occurrence and path forward.

Be that as it may, imparting his insight on the occasion, Aik Abani saw the happenings as significant excitement stunt used to move more noteworthy consideration for artistes and the whole music industry. He composes on his Facebook divider..

"Charles Nii Armah Mensah, the African dancehall god, the BEAST, the G. O. A. T. the ENTERTAINER, King of the streets, God’s Gift to Africa, the teacher, most loyal brother. I knew it, always knew it, you have it, always have, always will. The sky is your stepping stone. Enemies no reach, they are all learners. Keep doing you, REIGN FOREVER my blood. You see that Bentley? It’s on me, mark it on the wall, the Bentley is on me. Keep doing you, BROTHER!!! SHATTA WALE NIMA!!!"

Additionally, in a related note, the CEO of Vodafone Ghana Ltd, title backers and bankrollers of the honors plot censured the occurrence.

Madam Patricia Obonai shared this message on her Instagram page.

"Music is a great unifier. I condemn any behaviour that ends up tarnishing the image of the Ghana Music brand. It is one great platform and we should all protect it. Congratulations to all nominees and award winners. Very well deserved. Super proud of you.


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