Music group Praye made up of Stephen Fiawoo (Praye Tia Tia), Eugene Baah (Praye Ho ne ho) and Nana Kwame (Praye Tenten) has fired Charterhouse; organisers of the annual VGMA telling them to show them some respect because it was their energetic performance that saved their show last year.
The group broke up some years ago with Praye Tintin been the first to leave the group. Choir Master and Cartel Big J tried their best to keep the group going but it didn’t work which made them to also pursue their individual solo project which also didn’t go well for them.
They reunited on stage at the VGMA 2018 awards night and their performance on the night was one which will forever be remembered. They announced their presence and would have taken the night’s best performer if there was any.
The recent feud between the two started when Praye got fumed after they failed to get a nomination at this year’s VGMA’s.
PRO of the firm George Quaye in a fierce response to concerns of the group following their inability to secure a nomination, described members of Praye as fine gentlemen just seeking attention to revive their career.
He said their concerns were baseless and must not be tolerated adding that their concerns are baseless and that they should concentrate on making a hit song since their recent single “Gbang gbai” didn’t ‘fly’.
Responding to George Quaye’s jab on Starr FM Drive Time with KOD, Praye bemoaned the response of the Charterhouse PR, adding they feel offended and disrespected by his approach.
“George Quaye’s comment was a big disrespect to us. Last year we were one of the people who saved your show. I find that very disrespectful because we are not kids in this game. He was wrong to talk us like we were just seeking some attention because we are not.”
“We have paid our dues in this game and we deserve respect from him. We have seen it all and produced back to back hits so it’s unfair to talk to us in that manner when we didn’t say anything wrong,” a member of the group Big J Cartel lamented.