A member from the Bhimnation camp Ayisha has voiced out. And according to her, She never saw Stonebwoy slapping Angelo. She said Angelo and her artist Stonebwoy engaged in an argument but it was not that serious for his client to strike his hands on Sarkodie’s manager. She made this declaration in an interview with The Don on Hitz 103.9 fm a radio station based in the Accra, Ghana.
Ayisha also lamented that, her artist Stonebwoy was not treated fairly. And what ever happened there looked like it was intentionally planned to tarnish his image.
She told Hitz fm Sarkodie’s manager Angelo approached her during the monday night all this thing happened, and told her that Stonebwoy has pushed him. So she went to Stonebwoy led him to apologize to Angel. She said Stonebwoy humbly held Angel’s leg and offered an apology. So she has no idea or cannot recall where Stonebwoy slapped or even pulled a gun.
According to her Stonebwoy didn’t have gun on him so it just a stunt to make his artist looked bad.
Ayisha again accused Sarkodie shouted at her and asked Stonebwoy to walk out because he was never contacted to be there that particular night. And also angrily accused Stonebwoy deliberately wanting to destroy his concert.
She said Stonebwoy on his arrival had encounter with the national securities at the gate and Angel himself walked there to calm things down. After that She and Stonbwoy had to wait outside for more than 4hours, but was insisting to go on with his rehearsals because it involves Sarkodie. And in course of all that no one from the Sarkcess Camp approached them to say anything to them. She thinks Stonebwoy was not treated fairly on that night.
And after the whole bruhaha, the following day Angel called her around 10am to tell Stonebwoy to be very careful he’s got a lot of enemies. And he Angel cannot believe how some people who are even close to Stonebwoy wanted him to do to Stone.
This whole incident happened on Monday night where all the artists billed to perform at the concert were there to rehearse. They wanted to keep the whole thing from the public, but, one way or the other the new broke out.