Charterhouse and Mr. Iyiola Ayoade, CEO of the company, sued the Hiplife artiste, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, over a series of what they said are defamatory videos he released on social media site, Facebook.
Despite having a legal issue with Charterhouse Ghana, Shatta Wale has stated apparently that he will attend this year’s ceremony by any means necessary.
He was, however, banned by the organizers from participating in their award scheme but Shatta Wale claims he won’t miss this year’s edition.
In an interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM Friday the singer said, he will participate in this year’s ceremony ‘by hook or crook’.
“My team is deliberating on picking the nomination forms,” he said adding that, “I will attend this year’s ceremony by hook or crook. I will attend even if I am not invited.”
Shatta Wale is believed to win the coveted artiste of the Year statuette since he had more hits than any artiste in the year 2017.