Stonebwoy’s saga could have been handled better – Zylofon

Stonebwoy’s saga could have been handled better – Zylofon

- The Head of Communications for Zylofon Media, Samuel Atoubi Baah, has admitted the Stonebwoy's issue could have been handled in a better way

- He added that the company is capable of making errors, and as such Ghanaians should forgive them

Samuel Atuobi Baah, the Head of Communications for Zylofon Media, has admitted that the company could have handled Stonebwoy’s saga in a better way.

According to him, the company committed errors and is therefore pleading for forgiveness.

Speaking on Happy FM, he stated that “We can make errors, so if we are at fault, forgive us.”

Stonebwoy seated on the floor

Stonebwoy

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Stonebwoy and Nana Asiama Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog, were involved in an altercation on March 10, 2018 at Champs Bar, located inside Paloma Hotel in Accra.

Bulldog reportedly stormed the premises of the hotel in a bid to retrieve a vehicle given to Stonebwoy when he signed on the Zylofon Music label.

Stonebwoy was reported to have fired gunshots in the course of the dispute, an act he later claimed was as a result of the need to defend himself.

Speaking with Dr. Cann on Happy FM’s Showbiz Xtra, Samuel Baah, who is popularly known as Sammy Flex, admitted that the issue could have been handled in a different way.

He went ahead to say that there has been no change in the contract with Stonebwoy, and in that respect, he is still working with the arts and entertainment company.

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