The co-host of the just held Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2019, Berla Mundi has subtly thrown shots at Shatta Wale for his unnecessary intrusion at the VGMA night which caused huge confusion at venue forcing Stonebwoy to disgrace himself by pulling a gun on the stage.
In a post on her Instagram page after the fracas, Berla Mundi advised Stonebwoy never to allow Shatta Wale get to him to the extent that he will retaliate which will destroy the big brand he has spent years building.
Subtly referring to Shatta Wale as a devil, Berla Mundi told Stonebwoy to be strong, smart and resilient. She further encouraged Stonebwoy to keep evolving since that will be his shield to resist anyone who will try to drag him down.
Berla Mundi posted on Instagram:
I just wanted to say thank you to you all and to share a little motivation:
Don’t let the devil use one day to destroy a dream you have spent many nights building. Remain strong, smart, be resilient, keep sealing all loopholes, and don’t stop evolving because as you do, it becomes more difficult and almost impossible to be dragged to the ground!! Always B.You ????
During the VGMA 2019, Shatta Wale forced himself unto the VGMA stage when Stonebwoy was on the stage giving his acceptance speech for the Dancehall Artist of the year award.
A fight broke up between Shatta Wale fans and Stonebwoy fans forcing dignitaries and celebrities at the venue to flee for their lives.
In the confusion, Pull a gun to defend himself but he was made to put it immediately by the management team. Shatta Wale, however, during the fight fled from the scene. On his way out, he was captured on camera destroying chairs and hitting people on his way.
The incident at the VGMA has become the biggest topic in Ghana since last Saturday after Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy destroyed the VGMA. They have been criticized heavily by everyone in Ghana.
Both Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy were arrested on Sunday and they spent the night in a police cell. They have since been granted bail. They will be arraigned before court soon, according to the police’s statement.