3 Music Awards Board Member Reacts To Asakaa Boys’ ‘Free Performance For An Award’ Allegation Levelled Against The Scheme

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Ricky Tenneson, one of the board members of 3 Music Awards cum an integral part of the team which has ensured that the last fourth editions of the awards have been nothing but the best has come out to react to claims by Jah Bahd that the scheme offered to give him and the Asakaa Boys an award for a free performance during the fourth edition last year.

Jah Bahd made this assertion during a Twitter space last night and added that it was key among the reasons why they failed to perform last year.

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But in reaction to the allegations leveled against the scheme, Richy Tenneson took to his Facebook page to state plainly that Jah Bahd was lying through his teeth.

He questioned how the award scheme was going to give Jah Bahd or any other member of the Asakaa team an award at the event when in actual fact none of them was even nominated for a single category.

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Richy ended by stating that it was high time industry players stopped blaming their woes and shortcomings on others.

The full post reads: ‘I’m listening to City Boy claiming 3Music reached out to Asakaa last year to come perform for an Award?🤔🤦‍♂️😳The same Award show they weren’t even nominated for?..which Award were they going to perform for thenOh Chale, how some of these Ghanaian artists will always want to accuse every institution for their woes is sickening’.

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