Okada man returns Ras Kuuku’s VGMA plaque after finding it in the ghetto (watch)


Dancehall act Theophilus Nii Arday Otoo popularly known as Epixode believes Ras Kuuku VGMA plaque has been found after it reportedly went missing.

The singer was awarded the ‘Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year’ at the 21st edition of the VGMA.

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Ever since he grabbed the award, Ras Kuuku has not made it rest.

The artist has been seen on a tour with the plaque and has even entered places invited.

He, therefore, became the subject of mockery after it emerged that the plaque has been stolen.

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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.

According to him, he found the award in the ghetto. Ras Kuuku won the award for emerging the Best Reggae Dancehall act at the 2020 VGMAs.

In a video making rounds on social media , an Okada rider who claimed he found Ras Kuuku’s VGMA plaque in a ghetto was seen handing to an employee of Multimedia.

Watch the video below ;

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