A brawl erupted among Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale camps at the 20th anniversary of the Vodafone Ghana New music Awards, Sunday.
Pandemonium broke out shortly soon after Stonebwoy was declared the winner of ‘Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year’. This is the fifth consecutive time he is profitable the award.
Just when Stonebwoy, who was buying up the award for the fifth time, was about to provide his acceptance speech for the award, Shatta Wale began strolling to him on stage.
It’s unclear what Shatta Wale’s intentions ended up taking into consideration the fact that the two, more than the a long time, have hardly seen eye to eye.
There are suggestions that Shatta Wale, who was evidently disappointed right after his arch-rival was introduced the winner of that class, was walking up to the stage to rejoice with Stonebwoy.
Just as he approached the stage, blows began traveling among Stonebwoy’s entourage and Shatta Wale’s group.
Police and security personnel could be seen rushing to phase to stop the brawl from escalating.
Stonebwoy pulled out a gun on phase through the scuffle as some of his staff members try out to protect the gun.
The battle disrupted the Awards for just about 30 minutes. Some company, which includes actress Jackie Appiah, rushed out of the location.
Soon right after each camps were divided, Shatta Wale, who had previously picked up two awards on the evening, posted on Twitter “Don’t perform with a lion like that …He dislikes to odor blood !!!”
When Stonebwoy came on phase to accept his 2nd award for the night time, ‘Best Collaboration of the Year’, he apologized for the incident.
“I am actually sorry for the incident that took place before on and I only experienced to respond out of organic instincts mainly because we all know how premeditative some men and women can be. We have seen on social media the treats and every little thing so we couldn’t occur in unprepared since anything at all could have took place like you guys observed,” he claimed.
Stonebwoy additional that “I appear in peace and I go in peace and I apologise to the whole masses of Ghana that the Awards is likely to continue. Thank you extremely substantially for supporting my songs, for supporting everybody else’s music…by their deeds we have all found.”