- Stonebwoy's 'girl' Ayisha Modi has reacted to Sarkodie's press release following the Black Love Concert
- The diehard fan of Stonebwoy indicated that Sarkodie pushed all the blame on the BHIM president for his own personal interest
- On August 19, 2020, Sarkodie released a statement about happenings that went viral prior to his concert
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Ayisha Modi, Stonebwoy’s number 1 fan, has reacted to Sarkodie’s press release about the happenings prior to the Black Love Virtual Concert.
She took to her social media handle to open up about what really happened and indicated that Sarkodie was being unfair in his assessment and judgment of the whole issue.
According to Ayisha, Stonebwoy went to the Independence Square immediate;y he returned from Togo to support Sarkodie’s show.
She went on to reveal that the BHIM president, after the incident, Stonebwoy decided to wait at the venue till 2 am just to apologize for what happened.
Ayisha added that Stonebwoy went through the pains of also using his own social media handles to apologize for the incident and even asked his fans to support the concert.
She added that Sarkodie had decided to “hit the nail” on Stonebwoy’s head for his personal interest even though the Putuu crooner had gone through all the stages to make the issue right.
According to her, she loved Stonebwoy regardless of all that was going on and that she was present when the who thing went down so she was aware of what she was saying.
As if that was not enough, she went on IG Live to descend on all the fans of Sarkodie who were in her inbox and commenting under her posts.
She used many unprintable words on them and claimed that she had not been paid to do any damage control.
According to her, no artiste in Ghana can pay her because she was wealthy enough and an independent woman for that matter.
On August 19, 2020, Sarkodie officially addressed happenings at the Independence Square on August 10.
The incident involved his manager, Angeltown and dancehall star, Stonebwoy.
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian male fashion CEO and owner of Zara boutique in Ghana, Richard Brown, well known as Osebo, has indicated that when it comes to fashion, Nigerians are more trendy than Ghanaians.
Osebo, in a YouTube interview sighted by YEN.com.gh, revealed that Nigerians are very fashionable and better than their Ghanaians in that regard.
According to Osebo, many Nigerians had come to accept his kilt clothes more than Ghanaians and were demanding them.
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