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

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

Over the past 20 years, the Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) have established itself as the largest and most esteemed music awards program in Ghana.


Many performers and those involved in the music industry whose works are nominated have great expectations for winning some prizes on TGMA night.

However, things don’t always go as planned, and frequently these performers turn to their various social media profiles to vent and voice their unhappiness once the awards are finally finished.

The pattern seems to be repeating itself after the 25th edition of the awards, which were presented on Saturday, June 1, 2024, at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre.

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Jay Bhad, a talented musician and one of the most vocal members of the Asakaa Boys music group, has taken to social media to express his disappointment that himself, Reggie Osei, O’Kenneth, and Kweku DMC did not receive an award.

The “Odo” hitmaker was expecting to win the Best Hiplife Song of the Year title, but King Paluta won the fierce competition with his smash hit single, “Y’hite Remix,” which includes Kuami Eugene.

Jay Bhad, frustrated by their failure to win, came to his X page and challenged his followers and admirers to use the ‘f’ symbol on the TGMA organizers because there is freedom of speech in Ghana.

The appeal elicited mixed reactions, with some fans agreeing with him and others trolling him because they believed he was simply hurt.

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