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    I Will Stop Limping By June – Stonebwoy


    Dancehall act Stonebwoy has assured fans that he will stop limping in three months time. He said this while performing at the just ended MTN Pulse Turn Up concert held at the Accra Sports Stadium.

    “I have finished with my surgery and now I am doing physiotherapy. In the next three months I will walk normal,” he announced,” he said. “… I have been through life, I have been through accident, I have been through surgery and I have been operation. I have been through it all. That’s what we call life.

    “You noticed for the past weeks I wasn’t in Ghana. I went to Germany to do my leg…I want to show them that I can do it but I love the way I leave and I love the people I inspire. You see this my knee, previously it doesn’t bend but now you see it is bending. I have finished with the surgery and now I am doing physiotherapy, in the next three months I will walk normal,” he said.

    He added; “If you see someone who is crippled support him or her because you don’t know what happened to him or her. Today my doctor said I shouldn’t perform but flew from Germany to come perform.”

    The MTN Pulse Turn Up Concert, which was held at the Accra Sports Stadium also saw great performances by Shatta Wale, Samini Kaaki, Mzvee, Jupitar, Episode and a host of others including Jamaican dancehall artistes including Kraniun and Alkaline. Actress Lydia Forson was one of the emcees on stage.

    Headline artiste from Jamaica, Elephant Man didn’t show up as promised by organizers. That was the second time he failed to show up at a concert in Ghana after earlier promises.


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