- Stonebwoy has denied claims that his wedding was paid for by socialite, Ibrah One
- He made the denial during an interview on Hitz FM with Andy Dosty
- Stonebwoy and his wife married in a star-studded ceremony in 2017
- They are now parents to two children
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Ghanaian artiste, Stonebwoy, has shot down rumours that his marriage to his wife, Dr. Louisa Satekla was sponsored by socialite Ibrah One, also known as Ibrahim Daouda.
In 2017, the musician married his wife in a star-studded and lavish ceremony. The couple are parents to two children, a daughter, and a son.
Ibrah had made claims on social media that he sponsored Stonebwoy's wedding.
In a new interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, Stonebwoy questioned the honesty of the individual making the claim when previous statements by the said person have been found to be untrue.
"That's a lie, please. 100 percent lie. You guys know Ibrah. I think he's been putting out statements that people have found not too welcoming. This is one of them. he has never, I repeat, financed my wedding, I beg. It's not on that level at all," said Stonebwoy.
Skip to 53seconds to watch Stonebwoy respond to the claim by Ibrah One.
In other news about Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, he held a virtual concert to celebrate the first anniversary of his award-winning album, Anloga Junction.
The album which arrived in April 2020 includes a number of his hit songs like Le Gba Gbe, Everlasting, Journey, and Nominate. The fifteen-track album features Grammy-winning R&B icon, Keri Hilson, and Ghanaian Afropop/Highlife singer, Kojo Antwi.
The 1 Gad hitmaker held the concert at the Bayview Village in Accra on Saturday, May 22, to mark the first anniversary since the album was unleashed.
Aside from Stonebwoy thrilling fans with his energetic performances, other A-list artistes including Medikal, and D-Black, also mounted the stage to excite fans.
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