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StreetBeatz curses Kelvyn Boy for disrespecting Stonebwoy

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Ghanaian record producer, StreetBeatz born Bright Kwame Appiah has vented his anger on Kelvyn Boy for disrespecting Stonebwoy.

In a series of tweets, StreetBeatz said Kelvyn Boy is now misbehaving because he has a couple of hit songs.

He noted that the ‘Mea’ hitmaker has forgotten how Stonebwoy helped him.

His series of tweets read:

“I sometimes don’t wanna see some people tweet at all!!!”

“When you weak that’s when u come on here saying trash about people, if you have that balls and you call your self a man face the Don Dada.”

“I was right infront of you when u were telling someone I told u “u will never blow”. Forgetting I’m the first ever producer you recorded with and I spoke what is going on in ur life today like a prophet. Which I have witnesses!!!”

“I’m the fu•kn producer who produced the biggest song to happen to Ghana 🇬🇭, but man no Dey rush. Some one two songs nor u think say u reach. Because you dey play shows every weekend. Ahhh 🤦🏾‍♂️ this world paaaa.”

“We dey back stage, matter happen. Big man come open inside give the people for stage there nor u take for ur self. Bcoz u know say you no dey respect. So e get to u the moment.”

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Cardi B concert wasn’t sold out because I was not booked – Wendy Shay shades organizers

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Rufftown records recording artiste, Wendy Shay, after recently blasting Livespot X, the organizers of the recent Cardi B concert in Ghana for disrespecting her and other celebrities who were invited for a ‘meet and greet’ with Cardi B is back again on their necks.

In a recent tweet zionfelix.net has sighted on her page, she surprisingly claims that attendance at the concert was poor because the organizers failed to book her for the show.

The “Steve Wonder” hitmaker also stated in the tweet that she is the hottest queen in the Ghanaian music industry now and as such, if any event organizer wants the show he/she is putting together to have the numbers, then it is a must she is billed to perform.

While she was on the case of Livespot X, she also didn’t fail to blast Ghanaian event organizers in general.

According to her, it is as a result of the seeming neglect which is why a Nigerian female musician (Seyi Shay) will be billed to perform in Ghana, something that can never happen if the reverse was to be the case.

Check out Wendy Shay’s tweet below…

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I am a young legend – ‘Tic’

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Award-winning hiplife musician Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah popularly known as TiC and formerly Tic Tac has described himself as a young legend following his comeback in the music scenes with his ‘Mama Grace’ album.

He was speaking in an interview with Happy FM’s Doctar Cann on the ‘Showbiz Xtra’ show when he stated: “I am not just a legend, I am a young legend. Whenever I listen to the tracks on my EP,I feel like I am a great artiste. Every song has its own direction and that is what I call a great album”.

According to him, his new album is a sample of what is to come. He has disclosed that he will be dropping another album which will have a lot of great songs.

He also mentioned that as a musician, he is a complete package for Africa.”An interview with Netflix on urban music convinces me that I have a great position in African music”, he added.

Tic has released an EP dubbed ‘Mama Grace’ which has a collection of seven tracks that features other artistes such as Kelvynboy, Article Wan, VVIP Zeal, among others.

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‘If You Have A Problem With My 40 Years Comment Then You Are Myopic’ – Stonebwoy

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Award-winning Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla who is widely known as Stonebwoy has addressed comments about his recent controversial 40 years comment.

Stonebwoy during his performance at this year’s MTN 4syte Music Video Awards said he, Sarkodie and Shatta Wale are national assets who need to be protected.

He continued that it will take Ghana almost 40 years to get music artistes like them and therefore they need to be supported to achieve greatness for the country.
But his comment has generated some debate on several platforms with pundits describing it as arrogant and disrespectful.

Stonebwoy has reacted to comments about his statement in a recent interview and in his reaction, he stated that people are not looking at his statement holistically but are rather taking it out of the context in which he said it.

He noted that they, as entertainers need to be protected by the country and the Minister of Tourism and Creative Arts, accept the fact that they need to be protected.

He revealed how he was shocked by comments by respected entertainment pundits who should have known better considering the number of years they have been in the industry.

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