Criss Waddle ask’s Charterhouse to pay back fans voting money before they take their plaques
Y’all know the unfavorable wind blowing around the two cantankerous Dancehall musicians in Ghana, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy. They have been banned indefinitely for turning the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) into war zone.
Not only they’ve been banned indefinitely but they’ve been tasked to return their awards specifically plaques they won on the day. This stern decision by the board of VGMAs has pushed rapper Criss Waddle to speak out!
According to Criss, Charterhouse Ghana Limited who happens to be the organisers of VGMA should pay back the money fans of Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have invested in voting for their favorite artiste to win in their respective categories.
In a tweet, Criss Waddle humbly asked organizers to pay back the fans since the awards are been taken back. “Taking back your awards is okay ONLY after you give back their fans voting money and Transport Money they wasted”, he tweeted.
Check it out and share your candid opinion with us:
Taking back your awards is okay ONLY after you give back their fans voting money and Transport Money they wasted
— Criss Waddle (@CrissWaddle) May 23, 2019