- Gramps Morgan says Stonebwoy didn't pay for a place in Morgan Heritage tour
- He says Stonebwoy is a "little brother" and he wanted him to have a great stage experience
Celebrated raggae artist, Gramps Morgan, has dismissed rumors that Ghanaian raggae and dance hall artist, Stonebwoy paid money in order to join Morgan Heritage's European Tour bandwagon.
Speaking in an interview with local radio station HItz FM during his third visit in-country, Gramps Morgan completely discredited rumors alleging that Ghana's golden boy, Stonebwoy, paid money to be on the European tour.
“Stonebwoy never paid any money to be on our tour last year which started in Amsterdam, Holland and ended in Brussels, Belgium on November 6,” said the "For one night" hit-maker.
Later the show's host subtly probed and asked again if Stonebwoy somehow paid to get on the Morgan Heritage tour. Gramps Morgan, for his part, replied in a way the left no doubt that he in fact did not pay to be on the tour.
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He said: “That’s pure, rubbish wrap it and throw it in the garbage,” he said dramatically.
"…Stonebwoy is a little brother… the same way I gave that opportunity to Stonebwoy that’s also same opportunity I will give to my son Jemere Morgan to experience proper stage and proper sound system,” he continued.
He went on to urge Ghanaians to put aside negativity and endeavor to promote home grown talents like Stonebwoy.
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