Ghanaian dancehall artist, Livingstone Etse Satekla popularly known as Stonebwoy has disclosed that the dispute settlement between him and his colleague Shatta Wale was never genuine.
In an interview on American top urban celebrity interview base, VLAD TV, he recalled an unexpected incident that occurred in 2019 at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards when he was deemed reggae/dancehall artiste of the year. He spoke of how he stood to defend himself against Shatta Wale and his crew who stomped the stage in the middle of his speech on that day.
“Even if I wasn’t smart, I know its two things; to try disrupting it or to try doing his sh*t” he disclosed.
Stonebwoy made known that his attitude on that was a different side of him and was revealing that he was born and bred on the streets.
“Nobody has the right to feel like you are invisible; one thing led to the other and they basically saw the other side of me, they realised I’m really from the streets,” he said.
“Because we had a whole lot of following and people looking up to us, we managed to come to a nice consensus but it’s never been genuine,” words of the 34-year old singer emphatically disclosing why they both decided to settle their differences.
He further added that people cannot be forced to be someone they are not.