Former Public Relations Officer of Charterhouse Ghana, George Quaye has stated emphatically that former nemesis, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy only joined forces to fight their ban imposed on them by Charterhouse, organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
Speaking at a press engagement at Alisa Hotel last week, the outspoken host and radio presenter said he believes the two Dancehall giants ‘came together to fight the scheme.’
George Quaye also added that in any case, the board members who fearlessly imposed the ban on the pair deserve some commendation for ensuring that their action facilitated the reconciliation of the two sworn enemies.
“The VGMA board and the entire organization deserve some commendation because trust me, if that punishment that was meted out to those two gentlemen was not meted out, they wouldn’t have come together,” he opines.
“If we appreciate the togetherness, if we love what is happening between the two of them now and we believe that it is genuine, then I think the VGMA board and the people that took the decision deserve a hug. It is that decision that has led to that togetherness.”
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy were banned after they took their age long rivalry to a different level at the last edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards when they and their fans engaged in a free-for-all fight on live TV whiles the award ceremony was ongoing.