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BET Awards Not Real, Stop Hyping It – Fuse ODG

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UK-based Ghanaian Afro-Pop singer Fuse ODG has appealed to Ghanaians to appreciate the power and value of their music and stop overhyping the Black Entertainment Television, (BET) awards.

His remarks come on the back of Ghana’s inability to receive a nomination in this year’s edition of the BET awards.

Since the introduction of the Best International Act category eight years ago, the country has received a nomination every year and has gone on to win that award twice – in 2012 and 2015.

Speaking to BelaGio on Starr Drive on Thursday, May17, Fuse said the BET awards should not be the measurement of the success of Ghanaian Music.

Source: Starrfmonline

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