Rapper and businessman, D-Black has defended Shatta Wale’s assertion that Charterhouse should have engaged him on the negotiation table before lifting their ban on him and Stonebwoy.
In case you are not aware, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have been reinstated into the award scheme. Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Robert Klah, Head of Public Events and PRO at Charterhouse said a conversation on when to lift the ban ensued at the board’s inaugural meeting.
“It was in principle decided that the ban should be lifted,” Robert Klah told Andy Dosty, host of the show. He stated that Charterhouse will make an official announcement after the organizers meet with both artists and their management teams to sort out outstanding issues.
But Shatta Wale told Peace FM that he’s not enthused about the prospect of coming back except when Charterhouse sits with him and agree on a number of things before he can readily embrace the new ‘format.’
To this end, popular blogger Ameyaw Debrah who is famed for his anti-SM tendencies for years now suggested that Wale’s posture is ridiculous. That’s the juncture D-Black joined the conversation and fired one commenter who tried to disrespect Shatta Wale.
D Black who believes correcting Silas’ grammar was more important than the content of the message wrote: You see oo. Take your studies seriously, you won’t listen. What have you written here young man? Explain yourself.
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