- Blakk Cedi has condemned Kelvynboy’s Ashaiman attack
- He said it is not right for anyone to attack him in Ashaiman
- Blakk Cedi believes the attack was a planned one to hurt Kelvynboy
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The former manager of Stonebwoy, Blakk Cedi, has waded into the controversy surrounding reports that Kelvynboy was attacked in Ashaiman.
To him, the attack was planned by some people to hurt Kelvynboy.
Speaking in audio sighted by YEN.com.gh, Blakk Cedi said it is not right for anyone to beat Kelvynboy in Ashaiman.
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According to him, Kelvynboy was slapped by his attackers and the matter has been reported to the police.
“It is not right and the issue is with the police. I don’t know why it should be a problem for Kelvynboy to have engagement in Ashaiman,” Blakk Cedi said.
He added that Kelvynboy came to see him and he advised him on what to do.
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Meanwhile, Kelvynboy has alleged that his attack was masterminded by Stonebwoy.
He broke the news on his Twitter handle when he wrote that “You think Ashaiman is for you”.
Stonebwoy also reacted to the development telling his side of the story.
In a related development, a lady has claimed that Blakk Cedi took money from Kpoo Keke behind Stonebwoy to shoot music videos for Kelvynboy when he was their manager.
In the video published by YEN.com.gh, the lady told how Blakk Cedi allegedly went about his act.
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Source: Yen News