- Stonebwoy has named his wife Louisa Satekla as his manager 101
- This comes after he confirmed parting ways with his former manager Blakk Cedi
- The musician said Blakk Cedi was now his agent and not a manager
- He said Louisa his wife is the overseer of his management team for which reason he calls her manager 101
Stonebwoy has unveiled a new manager few days after he parted ways with his former manager Blakk Cedi.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy described this new manager as “manager 101”, who has extraordinary skills to affect all aspects of his life.
This person, Stonebwoy disclosed, is no other than his own wife Louisa Satekla.
According to him, Louisa manages the management team of his career, stressing that her task touches all respects of his life.
He emphasised that his wife does not manage him directly, but rather, manages his management team as if to say she is the manageress of the manager.
“To be honest she is my manager but not directly. She oversees my management team. That is why I said she is the manager 101,” Stonebwoy explained.
He was speaking in an interview with Hitz FM when he made the revelation.
The relationship between him and Blakk Cedi, who once fought and beat Shatta Wale for him, had gone sour.
There were widely circulated reports that Blakk Cedi was being dubious in dealing with Stonebwoy.
Other reports also suggested that Louisa was behind the fracas.
However, Stonebwoy’s wife became angry about the claim, and set matters straight in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh.
The fracas also concerned his small boy Kelvyn boy who was reportedly behaving disrespectfully towards Stonebwoy.
Other reports have it that Stonebwoy was being envious of Kelvyn boy and so he was enraged at Blakk Cedi for giving him too much attention than necessary.
Stonebwoy was recently in the news following a photo begging Rihanna for a collaboration.
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