Bulldog, the manager of dancehall musician Shatta Wale, has described the just ended VGMA 2021 show as one of the poorest event show ever to be organised in Ghana’s music history.
Contentious Bulldog went on United Showbiz, hosted by Nana Ama Mcbrown, with a list of everything he saw wrong with the spectacular event, describing 2021 VGMA 22 show to be below the mark.
In the view of Bulldog, organiser of the awards mismanaged the investment set aside to host the show thereby putting up a shoddy performance to dent the image of the prestigious awards.
He scornfully added that some ordinary music shows like TV3’s Music Music show is event well organised than the award show.
Bulldog could not pin point what exactly he found wrong with the event but he just punched holes in the entire production and rubbed the Vodafone Ghana Music Award event in the mud.
Watch him speak below
Many believe Bulldog is just being a hater who is speaking from pains that his Artiste Shatta Wale was still not included in this year’s awards.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy’s gun issue some years ago at the VGMA caused the organizers to ban the two musicians indefinitely.
Earlier this year, charter House–the organisers of VGMAs announced that they had lifted the ban on the two musicians but that brought up a harsh rebuttal from their camps.
They claimed they were disrespected by the organisers and demanded Charter House write officially to their labels and state why they need them to participate again in the awards.