Ignorantly, Musician, KK Fosu, Suggests Charterhouse Nominates GH Musicians For BET Awards – Read And Laugh Out Loud!

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The nomination of dancehall artiste MzVee for the 2016 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards was a wrong one, highlife musician Kaakyire Kwame Fosu, popularly known as K.K Fosu, has said.


According to him, EL, who was crowned the 2015/16 Artiste of the Year, should have been the obvious choice for the prestigious awards event that took place at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, USA, last June.


Speaking on Ayekoo Ayekoo, Accra100.5FM’s mid-morning show, hosted by Nana Romeo on Friday March 31, KK Fosu said Charterhouse Ghana, organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, who are also in charge of the nominations for the BET Awards, deliberately picked MzVee to represent at the ceremony at EL’s expense.

“After Sarkodie won at the BET, Charterhouse felt he had become disrespectful and so they would teach him a lesson and that was the more reason why Stonebwoy was chosen as the Artiste of the Year in 2015 to enable him represent Ghana at the BET. After Stonebwoy went to BET he was dumped, never to be used again,” the Sudwe hit maker recalled.

KK Fosu

“EL, who won Artiste of the Year in 2016, just look at what happened to him. Instead of being selected for the BET, he was dumped and MzVee, from nowhere, was chosen to represent at the BET because they felt EL had become arrogant and disrespectful. MzVee should not have been chosen, she was a wrong choice for the event.”

Editor’s NOTE:

What KK Fosu should be taught by all informed men is that, reports of MzVee’s nomination for BET Awards came out on 20th May, 2016. E.L won VGMA Artist of the Year on 7th May, 2016, logically, it means BET organizers had selected their Ghanaian rep already before grand finale of VGMA 2016 was organized.

Also, BET does not depend on VGMA to select a Ghanaian rep for nomination (past nominations of Ghanaian acts beginning with Kojo Antwi affirms this). VGMA or Charterhouse does not work hand in hand with BET organizers in anyway (there’s no evidence yet to substantiate that).

Finally, on record, Charterhouse has cleared the air that they don’t suggest, nominate, or choose any Ghanaian act to or for BET organizers to consider for nomination – that should be given the benefit of doubt. So the impression, reasoning, and argument the ‘D Styler is throwing across regarding BET Award and VGMA, is ridic and misleading.