The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Charterhouse, coordinators of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs), says a choice on whether dancehall artistes Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale will be readmitted into the honors plot is yet to be taken.
The two artistes were restricted uncertainly and peeled off every past honor following a fight between them at the twentieth commemoration of the VGMAs in 2019 which saw Stonebwoy pulling out a handgun.
Charterhouse CEO, Theresa Ayoade during the Arts Edition of the Beyond the Lockdown program on JoyNews said “we haven’t had an inside discussion around that yet.”
She said the organization’s attention has been on the most proficient method to bring back the occasions it composes as the Covid-19 limitations have implied that normal events have been delayed.
In any case, with the facilitating of limitation set up to control the spread of the infection, Mrs Ayoade said the VGMAs should return in August.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy at joint public interview composed in Accra
She, in any case, included that “when we are prepared to make full declaration on the VGMAs, we will think of a full explanation on everything.”
Stonebwoy, who was additionally on the show, said the boycott has not influenced him at all.
His fundamental concern, he added has been to get the issue, which is currently in court settled.
He sees his nonattendance from the VGMAs has been a gift for other people.
“A few artistes have come to state it was a surprisingly positive turn of events for them since a few of us are not on the wards with them since that is the main way they can flourish.
“So it gives me satisfaction to be a gift to individuals however it should cut me down,” he said.
The artiste, in any case, said he despite everything has a great deal of regard for Mrs Ayoade and Charterhouse and will leave them to choose his arrival to the show.