Sarkodie and Stonebwoy had a small disagreement at the Black Concert Rehearsal. After these disagreements happened, it was reported that stonebwoy assaulted Sarkodie's Manager. The dancehall artist stonebwoy was trending on social media when these accusations came out. Stonebwoy and Sarkodie shared a photo of them together on social media telling Ghanaians that there is peace between the two.
Stonebwoy wrote on his social media page that he wasn't happy with what happened between himself, Sarkodie and his manager Angel Town. Stonebwoy said he spent about 6 hours at the event to show Sarkodie some love but Sarkodie treated him like an enemy and he even called the police to arrest him when he unintentionally hit his manager. Stonebwoy said he even apologized to Sarkodie.
Stonebwoy has noted that it’s better to stop faking that things are cool between them when in actual fact they’re not at peace with each other. This was what he posted on his Snapchat;
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