Nana Aba Anamoah has expressed her disappointment with Charterhouse for its continuous refusal to include Shatta Wale in its awards scheme.
She called the decision by Charterhouse “a travesty of justice” and petty.
“I’m completely disappointed that you have an organisation that is rewarding musicians and because of such pettiness, Shatta Wale is not nominated,” Nana Aba said during an interview with Berla Mundi on Rythmz on GhOneTV.
“It is a travesty of justice. It’s unheard of. I think Charterhouse must get over it. It’s about time they rose above it. It’s really unnecessary,” she stated.
Nana Aba also applauded the ‘Ayoo’ hit singer for rising above negativity, saying, “I think he works hard, he doesn’t pay attention to the negative energy he is rising above all of them. I love Shatta Wale because despite the negative tags that people associate with Shatta Wale, he is rising above them, he is rising on the clouds. That is what I love about Shatta Wale. Everything he touches turns to gold.”