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Stonebwoy (L) and Shatta Wale (R)

I don’t carry Shatta Wale’s fights with me to the next day – Stonebwoy

International award-winning Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, has revealed that he rarely takes matters regarding his label mate and rival Shatta Wale to bed. 

According to the “Top Skanka” hitmaker, such issues are insignificant to him because he tries as much as he can to stay clean.

Stonebwoy was speaking with Attractive Mustapha on Attractive Tv and explained that any comments that he makes with respect to trending issues should be considered as his opinion which he feels should be shared.

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“Its not anything that I take to my bed that I think about so much that I wouldn’t wish for, to be honest it’s insignificant to me when people really ask that, I am not worried about when they do or they don’t because I know there is media setting the controversies interest them a lot so they always want to chip in thing to see the reaction but I trust that I stay clean and I say what I have to say”, he added.

Mustapha also enquirer from the father of a beautiful daughter why he never welcomed took criticisms from the late Willie Roi lightly, Stonebwoy answered that it was because of how the late A/R manager at Zylofon Music was ‘partisan’ towards people in the industry and sought to denigrate others in order to project his favourites.

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“I repeat that I wasn’t happy, as a person like him playing partisan instead of playing a role of an industry person. We are all witnesses that he was always made arguments in favor of one side where he belongs which is okay, but also saying things to destroy me; that alone is something I shouldn’t be happy about.”

Watch interview below: 

Credit: ghanaweb.com

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