Ghanaian dancehall artiste Stonebwoy says his ban from the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) by Charter House to be extended.
According to dancehall artiste, he wished the ban would last for about three years to serve as a deterrent to upcoming artistes in Ghana.
“The young ones must know that you can’t just misbehave on an awards stage and go free. Such punishments are good to check musicians. The ban has not affected me in any way but it’s all good for the music industry,” Stonebwoy said at a presser.
Ghanaian dancehall artistes, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale were banned indefinitely from the VGMA after a brawl on stage at the 2019 VGMA which made them appear in court on a charge of offensive conduct conducive to breach of peace.
The two later reconciled, held a press conference to announce a joint concert and have since been very cordial.
Speaking to bloggers at a presser at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra, stonebwoy stated that their reconciliation was not planned like people were saying.
“We have grown from boys to men and that is what you are seeing. We regret sometimes the decision we took in the past but as things are now, we are cool,” he said.
The dancehall artiste also hinted of a collaboration with Shatta Wale. “Our mission will not be complete if we don’t do a collaboration. At the right time Ghanaians will know what the two of us are doing. The collaboration has to be beautifully done so that Ghanaians can enjoy it,” he said.