I am sorry – Shata Wale to Charter House

The self-acclaimed ‘Dancehall King’, Shata Wale (Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr) has apologized to Charter House for wrongly accusing them of awarding Kaakie the ‘Reggae Dance Hall Song of the Year’ which according to him was undeserving of her.

“I really want to apologize to Charter House because I never knew they love me so much… I just want to say I’m sorry,” he said.

In May, Shata Wale took to the various social media sites venting his anger at the organizers of the Ghana Music Awards (Charter House) because according to him Kaakie did not deserve the award.

He rendered his apology whiles performing at this year’s Ghana Rocks, on the 27th of December after he invited the Event Director of Charter House and host of the Pundit on GH-One Mr. George Quaye on the stage.

He said: “I want you to bear with me that in this industry we love ourselves and we love Ghana. Tell them Shatta Wale is sorry. Not that I want an award but I feel we have to continue. I love you people.”

Mr. Quaye who was surprised responded “you know, I think this is a big surprise and is one of the matured things I’ve seen this gentleman do. Ladies and gentlemen, two fingers up in the air for Shatta

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