Stonebwoy speaks about Burna Boy and Davido's fight in Ghana (video)

Stonebwoy speaks about Burna Boy and Davido's fight in Ghana (video)

- Ghanaian artiste, Stonebwoy, has broken his silence about the fight between Burna Boy and Davido in Ghana

- The Nigerian artistes had an altercation at a nightclub in December 2020

- Stonebwoy says he spoke to the two artistes after the incident

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In late December 2020, YEN.com.gh reported a fight between Nigerian stars, Davido and Burna Boy at a nightclub in Ghana.

It is still unknown what caused the altercation, even though it is known that there is a fierce rivalry between the artistes.

Stonebwoy speaks about Burna Boy and Davido's fight in Ghana
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Days later, the former claimed on Instagram he plans to leave the music industry as a result of what happened.

Ghanaian artiste, Stonebwoy who is said to have been there when the fight occurred has broken his silence about the incident.

During his recent media tour on Naija 102.7 FM, he said he spoke to the two artistes after the confrontation.

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Stonebwoy spoke in Nigerian pidgin which drew both praise and ridicule online.

"Stonebwoy Dey force for the language waa," commented mandem_phaya.

Karl-day responded: "Alo pidgin."

De :surviva added: "the way stone is forcing to speak like a Nigerian makes me not even comfortable to watch full video"

Edzibanspecial_poloo: "The part where I don't understand now is why stonebwoy is talking like a Nigerian!

In other news, last Saturday, April 24, 2021 episode of the United Showbiz programme came off but without the regular host, Nana Ama McBrown.

Many viewers were left wondering what might have happened to keep McBrown away, as the show was taken over by Abeiku Santana on the night.

In a comment by Abeiku Santana sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the Okay FM presenter said he was called to sit in for McBrown just three hours to the programme.

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He, however, did not explain why McBrown was absent but thanked the producers, directors, and all involved in making the show for helping him put out a powerful one.

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