Musicians Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale have pleaded not guilty to charges they are facing over their brawl that almost ruined the 20th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Shatta Wale is facing a charge of offensive conduct conducive to breach of peace while Stonebwoy has been charged with offensive conduct conducive to breach of peace and display of a firearm in public without permission.
The two were put before a court in Accra on Wednesday.
The court presided over by Magistrate Isaac Addo granted the two bail at a cost of GHc 50,000 with one surety each.
The Bhim nation boss was represented by Lawyer Selasi Wonya whiles Lawyer Jerry Avenyor represented Shatta Wale.
The case has been adjourned to June 20, 2019.
The two were cautioned to be of good behaviour while the case is ongoing.
Last Saturday clash has been a subject of many conversations in the country as it has been widely reported in local and international media.
While Stonebwoy was up the VGMA stage taking his award, Shatta Wale, his rival on the music scene, was seen moving towards the stage with a host of others presumed to be his fans.
The security on stage provided cover for Stonebwoy and the few others already up the stage but Stonebwoy’s manager allegedly engaged in fisticuffs with a member of the team moving with Shatta Wale.
The incident degenerated into pandemonium with one Nii Amoo spraying pepper spray according to Police report.
Stonebwoy also pulled out a gun in the process but there was no shot fired.