- A woman has accused Stonebwoy’s former manager Blakk Cedi of collecting money from Kpoo Keke
- He said Blakk Cedi did this behind Stonebwoy’s back and used the money to shoot music videos for Kelynboy and OV
- Stonebwoy had earlier sacked the two men with OV leaving the record label herself later
- Kelvynboy has been attacked at Ashaiman in recent times
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A lady who seems to know more than the ordinary has spoken in a video telling how Stonebwoy’s former manager Blakk Cedi collected money from Kpoo Keke in the musician’s name.
She claimed that Blakk Cedi extorted money from Kpoo Keke on the blind side of Stonebwoy to shoot music videos for Kelvynboy and OV, who were all formerly with the Buniton Music Group owned by Stonebwoy.
The woman’s claims come after viral reports of Kelvynboy being attacked at Ashaiman.
She expressed disgust at the report accusing Kelvynboy of telling lies to damage Stonebwoy’s reputation.
According to the woman, she is very pained that Stonebwoy helped Kelvynboy to become who he is not only for him to be ungrateful.
“I wish they had bitten your ear to disfigure you in Ashaiman. If everyone would become ungrateful like you, then, no point for anyone to support another person in this music industry,” the woman lamented in the Akan language.
Meanwhile, Kelvynboy has been attacked in Ashaiman as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh.
He had gone for an event when his attackers trooped in on him.
But for the timely intervention of those around, Kelvynboy could have been lynched.
He blamed the attack on Stonebwoy saying that "Ashaiman is not for him".
Stonebwoy has also reacted to the development.
He had sacked Blakk Cedi and Kelvynboy from his Burniton Record Label last year after accusing them of disrespect.
Stonebwoy also named a manager to take the place of Blakk Cedi.
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