Patapaa has rendered an unqualified apology to Charter House after accusing them of taking in his own words “stupid money” when he lost the popular song of the year to Fancy Gadam.
Patapaa who was very optimistic about winning the popular song of the year at the just ended VGMA’s had the shock of his life when the award went to Fancy Gadam for his “Total Cheat” track. Patapaa stormed out of the auditorium of the event in anger.
A few minutes after he had walked out, he accused Charter House for taken money hence given the award to Fancy Gadam.
“They [VGMA board] have to stop those things they’ve been doing. If someone deserves an award, you have to give it to him based on his output. They don’t have to take any stupid money to give an award to an undeserving artiste,” angry Paapaa told Joy News in an interview after the awards.
Reacting to the accusations Charter House challenged the “One Corner” hitmaker to provide evidence for the claims he has made or do what is needful by apologizing to the Company for his comments which has tarnished the company’s image.
“If Patapaa has an evidence of us taking money from any nominee, he should release else he should apologize to the board, academy and the general public for that comment,” the Public Relations Officer of Charterhouse, George Quaye told a section of the media.
Patapaa has since rendered an unqualified apology to Charter House explaining that the comments he made was out of anger since he was very upset when Fancy Gadam was called for the award instead of him.
“I apologize to Charterhouse, that very day I was not myself…I was very disturbed and my fans were sad as well. I felt like going out of the auditorium and the media pushed me to do an interview, I know I didn’t speak well. Please forgive me, I’m very sorry,” Patapaa said.
I want to use this medium to apologize to @CharterhouseGH .
I’m really sorry but I didn’t mean the things I said earlier, I was sad and disappointed and said things without meaning them.
— ONE CORNER (@PatapaaGh) April 19, 2018