Viasat 1 TV Gave Me Indomie But Refused To Give Me The 10,000 Cash Prize After Winning Born Stars – Nero X

Takoradi-based singer and 2013 winner of Viasat 1 TV reality show, Born Stars, Joseph Nkrumah Buabeng, a.k.a Nero-X, has called on reality show organisers in Ghana to sit up and stop playing with the emotions of winners as this usually have a mental and psychological effects on them.

Reacting to the issue of the recent Di Asa winner who was denied Visa to Dubai, The former Born Stars reality show winner, Nero X, who was also bounced visa to the UK and also denied some of his price package advised event organisers to involve the embassies they will want their winners to travel to, and rather not wait to announce the winner before moving helter skelter to get visas for them because that may fail ,”a lot of people would be pointing fingers at you if you are unable to travel plus the disappointment that comes with it, this can affect you mentally and psychologically” he stated.

Nero X also revealed that, aside being denied visa to the UK, his cash prize of Ghc 10,000 was not given to him as Viasat 1 denied ever promising money to the winner. He added he got a flat screen television and boxes of indomie.

He revealed this in an interview with Kweku Bee Abrante on Hangout with KBA on Wizgh TV in Takoradi.

On weather Nero X will turn up at this year’s Made in Taadi concert, Nero X explained he is discussing it with his management team to see if they can book a space.

Source: Philemon Buabeng/Wizgh TV