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    I wouldn’t have Joined Zylofon Media if another dancehall act was on it – Stonebwoy


    Estranged Zylofon Media Act, Stonebwoy, has clarified some issues surrounding his latest scuffle with the Creative Arts Company which resulted in some gunshots fired as well.

    According to the Dancehall Star, the Mercedes Benz car which was nearly snatched from him by cohorts of Zylofon Media led by Bulldog is his own car which he bought from America, registered in his name and never a property of anyone else.

    He detailed that the said car’s number plate registration has even been customized “AA” which is the initials of his late mother.

    The “Baafira” singer spoke to King Legacy on Hitz Fm and described the Saturday night encounter as armed robbery incidence in which could have caused anyone his or her life.

    When asked if indeed he fired a gunshot, he rhetorically asked “have you heard of self-defence before?” which insinuates he did pull a trigger with the notion to protect his life.

    During the interview, Livingston Este Satakla was asked if he would have still joined Zylofon Music if another Dancehall artiste was on it and he loudly said “NO”. According to him, a team cannot have two players for one position so he won’t personally sign on to such team but added that it doesn’t mean the team can’t do what they feel it’s good for them.




    SOURCE: Ghanaweb

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