- Stonebwoy's staunch supporter has opened up about happenings between the dancehall star and Angeltown
- According to her, Stonebwoy was told by Sarkodie to leave the concert grounds of he could not wait
- On that fateful night, there was a bust-up that left Sarkodie's manager with a bruised eye
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Ayisha Modi, known by the social media name, She_Loves_Stonebwoy, has opened up on happenings at the Independence Square in Accra that led to a bust-up between Stonebwoy and Angeltown.
While speaking in a self-recorded live video on Instagram, Ayisha revealed that Sarkodie sent a message to Stonebwoy to leave the premises if he cannot wait his turn.
Ayisha alleged that Sark indicated that he did not need Stonebwoy at his virtual concert so if he could not wait, he was free to go.
She went on to hit her chest to say that she was sure of what she was saying because she was there when the whole thing went down.
Earlier, Ayisha said Stonebwoy drove to the Independence Square immediately he arrived in the country from visiting Togolese international Emmanuel Adebayor in Togo.
According to her, they had to wait for hours after the fracas happened between Stonebwoy and Sarkodie’s management.
But she revealed that immediately the matter happened, Sarkodie and his team called the Police Headquarters and requested that Stonebwoy be arrested.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an old video of actresses Tracey Boakye and Gloria Kani, who is now a preacher, talking about ex-president John Dramani Mahama, has resurfaced on social media following their controversies.
The video which was sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the then two actresses and supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) having a conversation.
While still talking, Tracey Boakye asked Gloria Kani what the former president had done for her.
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