The organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards seem to be having an endless batch of nightmares as most people continue to share their honest and almost legitimate concerns about the award.
Joining the throng of people making strong comments regarding the award is Ghanaian-based Nigerian artiste, Mr Eazi.
In a recent interview with Deloris Frimpong on the Delay Show, the ‘Akwaaba’ hitmaker stated unambiguously that he would prefer to lose at the Grammy Awards to crying over Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) because the organizers of the event are jokers.
“Charterhouse is full of jokers, how can you conclude that I am not a big artiste when I organized the biggest event (Life is Eazi Detty Rave concert) same year you nominated me for ‘Best African Artiste of the Year‘ category at the VGMA?” he said.
“If eno sey ebi Grammy wey dem nominate me wey afi say ooh I go fi win this Grammy then if I lose, it’s two things, I will say aah I’m supposed to win this award but I will be a happy boy because I got nominated for the Grammy’s and that’s the Grammy but if it’s some other awards.”
On why he couldn’t perform at the 2017 edition of the VGMAs when he was initially billed to perform, Mr. Eazi said Charterhouse wanted him to performance free.
“They called my manager for me to perform at last year’s VGMAs and I told them I was on tour in the USA and if they can book flight for me to come since they were not going to give me a dime but they couldn’t oblige to that and I had stay off because I had a show that was going to pay me good money.” Mr. Eazi concluded.
Meanwhile, Mr. Eazi whose real name is Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade has achieved massive success with his latest song ‘Akwaaba’ featuring Patapaa and Pappy Kojo. The song has received a record-setting number of airplay plus huge international acceptance especially from Japan.
By: Gabla Godwin/ Showbiz Network Ghana
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