After a social schism arose between the entertainment dons over loyalty issues, popular dancehall musicians Samini and Stonebwoy have reconciled their differences.
On Tuesday, December 21, at the 5th edition of Stonebwoy’s Bhim Concert in Accra, the dancehall gurus made peace.
It all started when Stonebwoy accepted Shatta Wale’s dancehall lyrical challenge in 2020, which was eagerly awaited by most “Bhim” and “SM” fans.
In a series of tweets, Samini condemned Stonebwoy for accepting the fight that transpired during the SoundClash event at Asaase.
Stonebwoy was not impressed, as he clapped back at his old label boss, calling him a “sellout.”
“If say eno be sellout when some father sellout ah, anka dem go buddy this one (Shatta Wale),” he wrote on Twitter.
Stonebwoy was then branded as disloyal by Samini in an interview, who added that he did not acknowledge his (Samini’s) efforts.
“It saddens me if I hear you on the radio saying I’m not there when you need me,” he said in the interview. It causes me to sit and cry. How did I manage to sell Stonebwoy out? Is it possible for Ghana to respond? Those were the things that made me feel bad.”
The social divide between the two has finally been bridged. Perhaps fans should expect a collaboration from the dancehall legends sooner rather than later.