Stonebwoy breaks silence on Kelvynboy's attack; explains what happened

Stonebwoy breaks silence on Kelvynboy's attack; explains what happened

- Stonebwoy has spoken passionately about whatever attacks that were launched on Kelvyn Boy 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

- In a live TV interview, Stonebwoy described the accusations from his former signee as an attempt to mar the good brand he has built over the years.

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As earlier reported by, dancehall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla, known in showbiz circles as Stonebwoy was accused of launching attacks on Kelvyn Boy in Ashaiman.

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

But speaking in an interview on UTV's late-night show, Stonebwoy for the first time stated that he knew nothing about the said attacks on his former signee.

According to him, he did not understand why Kelvin Boy would want to do things and link his hard-earned reputation to things that were not right.

READ ALSO: Stonebwoy denies Kelvyn Boy's claims about Ashaiman scuffle

Stonebwoy revealed that this was not the first time Kelvyn Boy has tried to do something funny to mess up his brand.

The much-celebrated dancehall artiste said he would never for any reason throw shade at Samini even if their relationship goes bad.

He, however, called for disrespect to be eschewed in the industry to promote unity and growth in the Ghanaian music industry.

READ ALSO: Machoman reveals why Kelvynboy was beaten at Ashaiman (Video)

Meanwhile, the macho man who beat Kelvynboy at Ashaiman unremorsefully spoke out about why he carried on such an act.

Speaking in a video sighted by, he said Kelvynboy had once spoken disrespectfully about the people of Ashaiman and belittled them.

According to him, the Yawa No Dey singer had said that given his status, Ashaiman is not a place he would perform, adding that he would rather choose to perform at a place where he would even be paid one cedi.

READ ALSO: Kelvynboy speaks on assault by Stonebwoy's people in Ashaiman

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