”There Were No Guns” – Stonebwoy Issues Apology To Sarkodie & Angel Town For Earlier Scuffle

One of Ghana’s extremely successful dancehall and afrobeat songwriters and performers, Stonebwoy, known in private life as Livingstone Etse Satekla has published visual apology message regarding earlier scuffle with Sarkodi’e manager, Angel Town.

The reported incident happened at the recording of the ”Black Love-Virtual Concert” by Sarkodie ahead of it airing on August 16th in Ghana. However, reports surfaced that Stonebwoy and Angel Town got into a serious exchange of punches that led to the withdrawal of firearms and knives with some suggesting it could have even gotten out of hands if not for the timely separation by teams members on both sides.

In the newly published visuals on his personal twitter platform, Stonebwoy explained the real incident, he was quick to cancel reports of firearms, knives and more, but agreed and nodded to the misunderstanding which didn’t drift towards uncontrollable development. He asked for support for the concert and called for love within the industry.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Burniton Music Group (BMG) – talent management and developing hub, however, has apologized to Angelo, Sarkodie and the organizers of the event for what he describes as a misunderstanding and misapprehension that occurred at the independence square. There has been yet no reaction or comment from Angelo or Sarkodie’s team regarding the issue.

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