The two banned dancehall musicians, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale have expressed their willingness to work with the Board of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards again.
According to the two musicians, if the board of the award scheme sees it fit to work with them again, they would also be willing to make themselves available.
Speaking at a joint press conference for Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy said “we are open to working with anyone who wants to work with us.”
“For the fans, we have done a lot of things. For the fans we have made sacrifices, for the fans we have slept where we’re not supposed to,” Stonebwoy added signifying that for the fans they wouldn’t turn their backs on the award scheme.
“We are professionals so when we get to the bridge we will cross and we will do things right next time,” he added.
The two award-winning musicians were indefinitely banned by the VGMA board for their involvement in a chaotic scene at the 2019 VGMA that caused an almost 30-minute pause in transmission.
In addition to the ban, the VGMA board also stripped the musicians off the two awards they both won that night and asked them to return the plaques.
The results of two other categories – the Popular Song of the Year and Artiste of the Year were also nullified by the board.
Who knows, with their new found unity, maybe the members of the VGMA board might change their mind and lift the ban.