Charter House had earlier asked Sarkodie to perform at the 16th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards but the latter could not perform because the event organisers could not afford the amount Sarkodie was requesting for.
Sarkodie said both Charter House and himself agreed that he will no longer be performing at the event but Charter House used his name to promote the event.
“I got a call in the states that promo running on Yfm still that I’m performing… Called them and they were swearing on graves..” Sarkodie on his Twitter.
Sarkodie said “Charter House is trying to play smart” on musicians.
“I just want my profession to be respected where am from … And they should stop acting like we not that important..” Sarkodie said.
He expressed shock at events that unfolded at the event, saying he thought Charter House had “trashed out issues last year on a good note.”
“We always want you all to be excited but after, we need to be too…” he adde.
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