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VGMA Brawl: Shatta Wale 'Did Nothing Wrong' By Climbing Stage – Effah Dartey   
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Private legal practitioner, Nkrabea Effah Dartey has stated empathically that self-acclaimed dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has done nothing for mounting last Saturday’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards [VGMA] stage uninvited.

He explained that, Shatta Wale’s intention to have walked to the stage might be 'clear' unless otherwise.

“I don’t want to give much details to help Shatta’s lawyers to defend him in court. But he did nothing wrong,” he said in an interview with NEAT FM’s morning show ‘Ghana Montie’. 

The scuffle on the stage last Saturday has been a subject of many conversations in the country as it has been widely reported in local and international media.

While Stonebwoy was up the VGMA stage taking his award, Shatta Wale, his rival was seen moving towards the stage with a host of others presumed to be his fans.

The security on stage provided cover for Stonebwoy and the few others already up the stage but Stonebwoy’s Manager allegedly engaged in fisticuffs with a member of the team moving with Shatta Wale.

The incident degenerated into pandemonium with an unknown person spraying pepper into the crowd.

Stonebwoy also pulled out a gun in the process but there was no sound of a gun fire.

Both artistes have been provisionally charged for offensive conduct, an act tending to disturb public peace and unlawful display of firearm in the public place.

Listen to interview…


Source: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo/Peacefmonline.com/ Twitter: @Washman5/ Instagram: Ambrose_wash

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