‘D-Black Paid ₵5,000 For The Fake UN Awards, – Shatta Wale reveals

Shatta Wale has meddled in the ongoing fake UN Awards that has monopolized social media since last week. Appearing on his favourite platform Facebook Live session, the Dancehall artiste explained how Mr UN, real name Kwame Owusu Fodjour pulled off the biggest stunt in the history of Ghana by holding and awarding fake awards to heavyweights in the entertainment industry and some politicians in Ghana.

According to Shatta Wale, Mr. UN is a budding musician who has tried unsuccessfully to have Sarkodie and D-Black jump on his songs in the past but the duo ignored him. He, therefore, decided to pay them back by organizing this scam of an award to ridicule them which he succeeded.

The SM boss also alleged that D-Black surprisingly paid a whopping ₵5,000 so he could lay his hands on the award. Additionally, D-Black provided ushers for the ceremony which took place at the Alisa Hotel and even paid for the Hotel bills for the programme.

Wale says Sarkodie should be forgiven for falling for the scam which he blamed on D-Black. He further said the politicians deserve the scam so he has no issues with that but feels sad for his colleagues in the music industry who have since been the subject of mockery on social media. He ironically Ghanaian musicians for being too obsessed with awards which resulted in this mess.

So ultimately Mr. UN came back to teach Sarkodie and D-Black a big lesson which culminated in the fake awards that have gained the international spotlight as well as foreign media outlet dissect the interesting story.

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