STONEBWOY Reacts to Fuse ODG’s BET Awards Boycott

BET Award winning act Stonebwoy Burnington is feeling great! The Can't Cool Can't Quench singer few hours after winning this year’s BET Best International Act award jumped on KOD’s 360 Live to thank Africa, Ghana and Bhim Nation for all the support.

Livingstone Etse Satekla also dedicated his award to the June 3rd flood victims before reacting to Fuse’s decision not to attend the awards.

The Off Da Ground artist who also played at the Glastonbury Concert in London tweeted at BET;

“Dear @BET, the reason why I didn't come is because you give our awards backstage! You have no respect for our hard work and achievements.”

But Stonebwoy threw his support behind the organizers of the prestigious awards saying;

“There’s issues everywhere and every day and no awards organizer can get everything they plan to be a hundred percent.” Stonebwoy said. “So you check yourself and see if you want to come or not. You the nominee has the best reasons as to whether you will attend or back off.

“But I’m here and I have my reasons to back my decision to be here and I trust he also has good reason to back the decision not be here. Aside that no award can be hundred percent and that also doesn’t mean we the nominees that came don’t know what we are about.” He defended his decision.

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PHOTOS: Second Edition of YFM & KFC's 'So Good Music' Master Class With Anne Sackey & Francis Doku

KFC, the international fast food giants have partnered with Ghana’s number one urban youth-focused radio station Y FM to execute a youth empowerment project dubbed “So Good Music”.
 
The So Good Music is a branded entertainment platform designed by KFC with the aim of empowering young people through music by exposing them the business of music, giving them a platform to share their art and helping them become global brands like KFC.
 
This afternoon's programme promises to be interesting as participants are already seated and being treated with good music.
 
Follow the conversation on Twitter on the Hashtag #SoGoodMusic.
 
 

Shatta Wale’s Manager – Bulldog Fires Blakk Rasta and Okraku Mantey

Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson known widely as Bulldog has fired at Reggae act Blakk Rasta after Blakk faced Parliament’s Privileges Committee over alleged comments he made claiming that over 80% of Members of Parliament smoke Maurijuana (wee).

Bulldog wrote on his social media timeline;

NEXT TIME…

I never knew you could be remorseful. Blakk Rasta next time learn to respect your elders… You have brought disgrace to your parents, I am very sure you got proper upbringing but you paid no heed. Open your mouth that wide again and you will face the full rigors of the law.

You sit on your show maligning and make a mockery of personalities the least opportunity you get. I don't blame you but the people who put you on radio.

For a firm like multimedia that has produced the finest of presenters and journalists in the broadcasting industry this mars it's reputation. I wonder if anyone supervises Blakk Rasta's show? Or maybe HITZ FM doesn't have a programs manager. OH SORRY! Okraku Mante is.

Okraku Mante put a padlock on Blakk Rasta's slanderous lips, that's your job as a manager, to put your staff in check and stop hopping from one station to the other professing doom for ghanaian artistes.

Always claiming Shatta Wale is disrespectful, Sarkodie is arrogant and countless belittling remarks you make about ghanaian artistes and their managers. Or you are also an "Errand Boy" and not a programs manager? Clean your house first.

This serves as a deterrent to all radio presenters and pundits who lack intelligence and common sense that mount platforms to insult the president and government officials.

If you have a different view on how the country should be run, you don't insult your elders. There are intelligent and respectful ways of going about it.

I dedicate Shatta Wale's "Stinking Mouth" to you Blakk Rasta, hence forth play it on your show everyday to remind you to SHUT UP.

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