I regret accusing CharterHouse of taking money from Fancy Gadam – Patapaa

"...that very day I was not myself"

Patapaa has apologised to Charterhouse following his rant and accusations levelled against the event house after losing out on the most popular song of the year award at the just ended VGMAs.

After the 19th edition of the VGMAs, Patapaa who was very optimistic of winning the popular song of the year got the shock of his life when the award went to Fancy Gadam for his “Total Cheat” this didn’t go down well with Patapaa who stormed out of the auditorium in anger.

Patapaa was then interviewed some minutes later when he alleged that Charter House took “Stupid Money” to give the award to Fancy Gadam.

“They [VGMA board] have to stop those things they’ve been doing. If someone deserves an award, you have to give it to him based on his output. They don’t have to take any stupid money to give an award to an undeserving artiste,” angry Patapaa told Joy News in an interview after the awards.

Organizers of the awards, Charter House also in a different interview asked Patapaa to provide evidence that he was cheated or do the honorable thing by rendering an unqualified apology for his baseless comments that has tarnished the company’s image.

“If Patapaa has an evidence of us taking money from any nominee, he should release else he should apologize to the board, academy and the general public for that comment,” the Public Relations Officer of Charterhouse, George Quaye told a section of the media.

Patapaa in an interview with Bola Ray on Starr Chat on Starr Fm Thursday rendered an unqualified apology to Charterhouse explaining that he made those comments out of anger, adding that he deeply regrets his action.

“I apologize to Charterhouse, that very day I was not myself…I was very disturbed and my fans were sad as well. I felt like going out of the auditorium and the media pushed me to do an interview, I know I didn’t speak well. Please forgive me, I’m very sorry,” Patapaa said.

See Patapaa’s tweet below:

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