Ras Kuuku’s missing Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) plaque has finally been found and returned to Multimedia Limited, owners of Joy FM, Hits FM, Adom FM, and other subsidiary media houses.
The Reggae/Dancehall artiste finally broke Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale’s duopoly over the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year category by finally laying his hands on the coveted award at the recently held 2020 VGMAs. However a few days after winning the award, the news went rife on the gossip landscape that it has been stolen.
Ras Kuuku has been taking the award to everywhere he goes, including taking over 400 photos with it (according to the rumour mongers) and posting them on all his various social media handles to show the extent of his happiness after winning it for the first time. He, therefore, became the subject of mockery after it emerged that the plaque has been stolen.
Although he claimed the award was safe and was with his manager, a good samaritan who later found the award and returned it contradicted his statement. In a video posted on the Facebook page of Hitz FM, an Okada rider who claimed he found Ras Kuuku’s VGMA plaque in a ghetto was seen handing to an employee of Multimedia.