E.L being booed on stage at the Ghana Meets Naija concert has become one of the most talked about issue in Ghana at the moment
After E.l was booed on stage at the Tigo Ghana Meets Naija concert for some still vague reasons, dancehall king Shatta Wale has decided to speak up on the incident.
Outspoken Shatta not minding the repercussions of what he said clearly spoke his mind on the issue. ‘E.L booed on stage’ at the Ghana Meets Naija concert has become one of the most talked about issue in Ghana at the moment
During the TGMN concert, it would be recalled that this year’s VGMA artiste of the year, E.L got booed on stage after his performance. Halfway into his performance, there were some technical hitches causing him to wait for several minutes for it to be resolved before he could go on.
After his performance, E.L had something to say but could not as he was booed off the stage.
There have been different interpretations from people on the incident. Most people have blamed the technical hitches as the reason he got booed.
Actor Prince David Osei had taken to Instagram to defend E.L stating that Empire Entertainment should render an apology to the artiste of the year for ruining his performance. However, during an interview with Sammy Flex on AM Pluzz, Shatta said it is fear that got the artiste of the year in that mess.
The ‘Kakai’ hit maker went ahead to blame the music industry and MUSIGA for instilling so much fear in the minds of artistes by some of the drastic decisions the Union takes.
Shatta Wale, explained that it was fear of being sidelined or sanctioned by the union, that made the reigning artiste of the year unable to say what he wanted to say to the fans which resulted in them booing him off.
Shatta frowned at the abuse by different unions in the music industry which artistes have to endure to remain in business.
“EL wanted to say something, why couldn’t he say it? Because he fears if he says it he wouldn’t be able to get to where he wants to get to. Why won’t he be booed Sammy? We must not keep that fear in us,” he said.
The dancehall king made it clear that he is not scared to speak up on such disturbing issues and would continue to do so without any fear whatsoever.
Shatta Wale had been disqualified from this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) after he refused to apologize to the organizers, Charterhouse, for defaming the company name. He had accused the board of frustrating musicians in the country, and as it appears, the dancehall king still maintains his stand.
Meanwhile ‘E.L being booed off the stage’ still remains an unforgettable incident