Countryman Songo and Kwame Sefa Kayi Go to War Over Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale

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It’s two days later and the conversations, debates and arguments surrounding the Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale brouhaha from the VGMA night still continue.

An interesting debate which Ghanaians are still holding onto is about who is actually to blame for what happened on the awards night. 

Shatta Wale is the one who got off his seat and moved with his goons towards the stage whilst Stonebwoy was on there, but it was Stonebwoy brandishing a gun which took issues completely out of control.

Kwame Sefa Kayi has made it clear he sees Shatta Wale as the one at fault for rushing the stage, whilst former UK High Commissioner to Ghana Jon Benjamin places most of the blame at the feet of Stonebwoy.

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Another person who believes Stonebwoy was at fault is ‘Fire for Fire’ man Countryman Songo. After Sefa Kayi made his arguments that Shatta was at fault for the issue, Songo also said Stonebwoy was actually the one at fault.

Speaking on Ekosii Sen, Songo said it is normal for another artist to go on stage to try and congratulate someone else winning an award.

He said in the past when he (Songo) has won awards many people, some of whom he does not even know, have approached him to congratulate him so there was nothing wrong with Shatta trying to go on stage to congratulate Stonebwoy.

He said Stonebwoy was rather in the wrong for how he behaved, but Sefa Kayi disagreed with him.

The ‘Chairman General’, who hosted the VGMA, sent a text into the show to express his disagreement with Songo’s submission.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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