CEO of Mad Time Records, Kwaw Kese, has addressed issues concerning the violence that unfolded during the 20th anniversary of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards on Saturday, May 18, 2019.
His post was definitely directed at Ghana’s self acclaimed dancehall King, Shatta Wale who sparked the violence on the night.
Shatta Wale won the award for the ‘Highlife Song of the Year’ with his ‘My Level’ banger. He also took home the award for ‘Dancehall Song of the Year’ with Gringo.
However, Shatta Wale is being trolled on social media with many asking why a Dancehall artiste was nominated in a Highlife category in the first place; he even went ahead to win it.
This goes to confirm claims by many that Shatta has never been a dancehall artiste, but an entertainer who flows with the crowd.
Well, Kwaw Kese who has always had this notion too took to Twitter to troll him after his fight with his fiercest rival, Shatta Wale.
Kwaw Kese tweeted; “I thought highlife artists are humble”.
I thought highlife artists are humble
— Katiboom (@kwawkese) May 19, 2019