Stonebwoy denies Kelvyn Boy's claims about Ashaiman scuffle

Stonebwoy denies Kelvyn Boy's claims about Ashaiman scuffle

- Stonebwoy has denied any involvement in the scuffle that marred Kelvyn Boy's appearance in Ashaiman

- Kelvyn Boy was attacked while going to perform at Ashaiman on Monday, June 22, 2020

- In a series of tweets, Kelvyn Boy had insinuated that the attack was from Stonewboy's camp

- But in a statement, Stonebwoy has described the claims as an attempt to defame him and his brand

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Dancehall stalwart Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, has reacted to reports that a former bodyguard of his had slapped Kelvyn Boy at Ashaiman.

Reports went rife on Monday, June 22, 2020, that Kelvyn Boy had been attacked by Stonebwoy loyalists when he went to Ashaiman to perform at the opening of an electronics appliance shop.

The reports were started after Kelvyn Boy posted on social media insinuating that Stonebwoy who hails from Asahaimn had sent thugs to attack him.

The said attack was later seen in a video which widely circulated on Monday afternoon and the reports were that the attacker was Stonewboy's bodyguard.

In a press statement issued on Monday night, Stonebwoy has denied any knowledge of the attack and or the person involved

According to the statement, non of his employees was involved in the scuffle as being reported

He indicated that Stonebwoy has no energy or time to be sending people to attack Kelvyn Boy but rather focused on pushing his Anloga Junction Album.

Stonebwoy further stated that Kelvyn Boy's innuendos were just meant to tarnish the Stonebwoy brand.

He has, therefore, referred the matter to his lawyers to handle.

Meanwhile, Kelvyn Boy has spoken for the first after the attack in Ashaiman. The young singer has released a post on Instagram proving that he fears nobody.

His loyal fans have reacted to the said post.

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