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Stonebwoy never pulled a gun on Angel Town – Aisha Modi

The boss of Bhim Natives Stonebwoy is once again in the news and this time for a bad reason for fighting and injuring Sarkodie‘s manager Angel Town Baby.

Earlier, we reported that Stonebwoy during his rehearsal towards the Black-Love album virtual concert this weekend got into an alteration with Sarkodie’s manager which landed the latter at an eye clinic in Tema.

Well, one of Stonebwoy’s girls in the person of Aisha Modi who goes by the username She_loves_stonebwoy on Instagram has narrated what really happened and why Stonebwoy lost his cool.

According to her, the rumours going around that Stonebwoy pulled a gun during the fight with Angel Town is false.

She narrated that “Stonebwoy doesn’t have a gun. All his guns were seized after the Shatta Wale –VGMA incident”.

Aisha elaborated that, Stonebwoy went to support Sarkodie for rehearsals in line with the former’s ‘Black Love’ virtual concert slated for this weekend.

She explained that when they got to the venue, they were prevented from parking at a particular spot by a Soldier, who insisted that nobody was allowed to park at that spot.

They were dismayed when they realized after some time that other artistes were allowed to park at the same spot where they were refused earlier.

Additionally, after they got to the venue, they were made to wait for close to 3 hours, and during that wait, they saw other acts come in and go, a situation that got Stonebwoy frazzled and angry.

According to her, she witnessed Stonebwoy and Angel get into a tense argument but didn’t any of the feuding parties pull a gun.

“Stonebwoy never pulled a gun,” she concluded.

 

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