Asamoah Gyan denies false Stonebwoy ‘bailout’ report

Asamoah Gyan denies false Stonebwoy ‘bailout’ report

- Asamoah Gyan has denied media reports he is planning to bail out Stonebwoy from Zylofon Media

- Management of the footballer have described $2million bail out reports as 'fake news'

The Captain of the Ghana Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan has denied some media reports indicating that he is currently in talks with management of Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy to bail him out of the $2 million Zylofon deal.

According to the manager of Baby Jet Promotions, Sammy Anim, the footballer has not declared any interest in the Stonebwoy and Zylofon Media saga, therefore such media reports should be disregarded.

Asamoah Gyan denies false Stonebwoy ‘bail out’ report

Asamoah Gyan and Stonebwoy

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There has been reports on various media platforms alleging that Captain Asamoah Gyan is planning to bail out Stonebwoy from Zylofon Media after media fracas between the artiste and management of his record label.

However, Mr Anim in a press statement, distanced Baby Jet Promotions from such reports, insisting that Asamoah Gyan has not spoken to Stonebwoy on any bailout package.

”The management of Baby Jet Promotions have read the false or fake news which places Mr Gyan into the Stonebwoy and Zylofon Media “Fracas” and want to state emphatically that Gyan has a very good personal working relationship with Stonebwoy and the CEO of Zylofon Media. Therefore Asamoah Gyan is deeply interested in keeping same relationship,” the statement said.

Mr Anim therefore warned the publishers of what he labeled as ‘fake news’ to retract and apologize about the said publication linking the Stars' captain to the Stonebwoy, Zylofon Media controversy.

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“We are asking the publishers to retract and withdraw the fake news from circulation immediately. Asamoah Gyan hasn’t been approached by any representation from Stonebwoy nor does he want to engage in controversy (if any) between the said artiste and the Zylofon Media,” the statement added.

Sammy Anim further stated that the popular footballer no longer needs any bad press and would rather want the media to focus on the positive projects he is undertaking to help develop the country.

“We have drawn our legal team’s attention to this fake news and palpable untruth. Effective today we are advising the publishers of this story to desist from circulating this falsehood, retract and apologize immediately. We need good press and information on and about the public-spirited and selfless work Mr Gyan continues to undertake for mother Ghana,” the statement added.

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