Jay Bahd Takes To Social Media To ‘Cry’ As Asakaa Boys Fail To Win An Award At 25th TGMA

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The Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) has carved a niche for itself in the last two decades as Ghana’s biggest and most prestigious awards scheme that awards musicians.

On every TGMA night, a lot of musicians and people who work on music whose works are nominated have high hopes of bagging some awards.

READ ALSO: See The Full List Of Winners At The 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards

Well, it does not always go as expected, and many times, when the awards are finally over, these musicians take to their various social media pages to vent and express their displeasure.

Following the 25th edition of the awards that took place at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre on Saturday, June 1, 2024, the cycle appears to repeat itself once more.

READ ALSO: TGMA24: King Promise reacts to Stonebwoy’s ‘Artiste Of The Year’ award win

Talented musician, Jay Bhad, who happens to be one of the most vocal members of the Asakaa Boys music group, has taken to his social media pages to vent after himself, Reggie Osei, O’Kenneth, and Kweku DMC failed to pick an award.

The “Odo” hitmaker was hoping to win the Best Hiplife Song of the Year award, however, King Paluta won the fierce battle with his smash hit single, “Y’hite Remix,” which features Kuami Eugene.

READ ALSO: “They Will Push You To Waste Money On Votes…” – Sleeky Subtly Trolls King Promise As He Losses 25th TGMA AOYT Title To Stonebwoy

Expressing his frustration over their failure to win, Jay Bhad took to his X page and asked his followers and fans to use the ‘f’ work on the organizers of the TGMA because there is freedom of speech in Ghana.

The request was met with mixed reactions because some fans agreed with him, while others trolled him because they felt he was just hurt.

See the tweets below:

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