Ghanaian Dancehall artist Emmanuel Andrews Samini has described the initiative by the 2014 VGMA Artist of the Year to get things right in the Ghana Music Industry as laudable but believes the approach was entirely wrong.
The artist in an interview with Giovanni Caleb on the Late Night Celebrity Show on ETV disclosed some of the grievances addressed by the artist in the uploaded videos were right but lost its balance due to the abusive and insulting turn it took.
He described the choice of words as uncalled for, hence the need to do an honorable thing by apologizing to CEO of Charter House, Mr. Iyiola Ayoade to avert the recent court action initiated by the organization.
Reacting to earlier reports that the two used to be “close friends”, Samini stated categorically that he found it interesting such comments could be made as he has never been friends with him.
Asked if he was broke and trying to ride on the fame and popularity of the “Dancehall King”, Samini laughed it off and said he has never been broke and would wish the “Dancehall Commando” artist will fly his mother around the world just as he had done.
Samini was on the show to mark ten years of success in the music industry and promote his new single “Zongozerr” which features Kwabena Kwabena.
Source: NY DJ Live