Popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has heaped praises on his representative who received the 3Music Awards on his behalf.
According to Stonebwoy, the speech his representative gave was a punchline that seems to have shaded someone.
Stonebwoy in his Instagram stories uploaded a video of himself together with his manager, Jamaican artiste Christopher Martin, the Bhim Nation representative and some others.
As they wined and dined, Stonebwoy jokingly gave props to the fair looking gentleman who represented him at the 3Music Awards.
In his words, Stonebwoy noted that his representative's speech at the 3Music Awards was a punchline which has necessitated a reply.
He further said that even though his representative received one award, his speech has made it look like he got ten awards instead.
"You took only one award but your speech made it look like you got ten and has made the one who took eight to feel uncomfortable," Stonebwoy jabbed.
Deducing from Stonebwoy's words, it is evident that he was mocking fellow dancehall artiste Shatta Wale since he was the one who won eight awards.
At the awards, Stonebwoy representative after receiving the awards on his behalf made some comments that were regarded by many as a jab directed at Shatta Wale.
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After the speech was delivered by the representative, fans of Shatta Wale took to social media to slam the gentleman, claiming that he jabbed Shatta Wale even though he did not mention his name.
In Stonebwoy's video that he praised the gentleman, he also did not mention Shatta Wale but the number of awards together with the known feud between he and Shatta Wale add up.
It seems Stonebwoy and his team are not excited about how he lost to Shatta Wale at the 3Music Awards.
YEN.com.gh reported earlier that Stonebwoy's manager, Blakk Cedi jabbed organizers of the 3Music Awards after the event.
Following Shatta Wale's big win at the awards, Blakk Cedi described the 3Music Awards as a joke.
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