Charterhouse has been accused by legendary rapper Obrafour of plotting to destroy the Ghanaian music industry due to their selfishness and greed.
The iconic rapper who only recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of his iconic and sensational album ‘Pae Mu Ka’, expressed his grievances with Charterhouse during a radio interview on Wednesday.
According to the him, the event company has done more harm than good to Ghanaian musicians since it’s inception.
With reference to the recent Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale issue He concluded that Charterhouse is overwhelmingly greedy.
His reason for making this utterance is because, according to him, the annual organizers of the VGMAs are only concerned with profits they intend to make and they are unperturbed about the welfare of the music industry or the artists.
Talking about charterhouse’s greed, livid Obrafour said;
“To be very honest with you Charterhouse would have helped the industry if they had good intentions for their awards scheme…[instead] they have done a lot of harm to musicians than good,”
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“We shouldn’t mince words about this….Charterhouse’s entire mindset is centred around what profits they can make out of the awards scheme rather than the welfare of anyone else, including musicians.”
Obrafour also blamed musicians for not putting up a united front but instead letting others bring division among them.