- A music producer who allegedly doubles as the cousin of Stonebwoy has agreed to forgive the singer
- According to the music producer, he was not interested in making money off the dancehall act
Ephraim, a music producer and reported family member of dancehall act, Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy, has hinted of forgiving the musician should he approach him to beg for forgiveness.
Speaking in an interview with Kumasi-based Sikka FM, Ephraim revealed that he was more than prepared to put all that had ensued between himself and the dancehall act behind him.
He indicated that if God was ever-forgiving, he was also willing to forgive Stonebwoy for all the things he had done.
Ephraim reiterated the fact that he was not after Stonebwoy’s money but only wanted him to show appreciation for the things he did for him.
Earlier, Ephraim called Stonebwoy out for being very wicked and ungrateful after he (Ephraim) had helped him immensely.
The music producer revealed that he recorded many songs on Stonebwoy’s first album without charging the musician a penny for his services.
Ephraim added that he sometimes had to give Stonebwoy money for food and transportation during the artiste’s 'underground' days.
He made a more scathing allegation by saying that Stonebwoy hoarded a Blackberry phone that belonged to him (Ephraim) for almost 9 months before releasing it.
Ehpraim’s bone of contention was with the fact that ever since Stonebwoy hit the limelight, he was not willing to help his family members.
Recounting a personal experience of Stonebwoy’s wickedness, Ephraim revealed that he had to beg the award-winning dancehall act for close to a year just to get him to feature in one of his songs.
According to Ephraim, all his requests were turned down by Stonebwoy.
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