Black Avenue Music Boss, has responded to ’s comments on why is demanding for a negotiation between Charterhouse, and himself before making a comeback to their awards scheme.

Speaking in an interview about a possible lift on their VGMA ban, Shatta Wale demanded a showdown talk with the board due to disgrace faced by their respective brand, a decision he has already discussed with Stonebwoy.

His demand isn’t a welcome idea to Blogger, Ameyaw Debrah who believes the award organizers needs no special negotiations with the two artists before lifting a ban they placed without their approval.

Responding to the Blogger’s criticism, D-Black threw his support to fellow musician, Shatta Wale, insisting the organizers first of all needs to give some respect to the artists by communicating their decision to them first before putting it out in public.

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He sadly added artists do not have any direct financial benefits from their participation in several awards schemes in the country.

“No! He said inform him first officially so he is in the know before telling the public. We’re all running businesses . We as artists don’t benefit directly financially from most of these awards schemes. Guess who does ?”, D-black wrote in his reply to Ameyaw.

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D-Black Schools Ameyaw Debrah on Why Shatta Wale is right to demand negotiations before VGMA comeback.

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