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Apologize For Your ’40 Years’ Comment – Bullet Urges Stonebwoy

Kumi Kasa

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From the look of things it seems controversies rising after Stonebwoy’s pronouncement that it will take 40 years to replace Shatta Wale, Sarkodie and himself will not end anytime soon.

A tall list of musicians in the country have lashed out at the ‘Kpo Keke’ hit singer — the latest to registered his displeasure about the comment in singer and artiste manager, Ricky Nana Agyeman aka Bullet.

The Chief Executive Officer of Rufftown Records has asked Stonebwoy, whose real name is Livingstone Etse Satekla, to retract his statement and apologize to all the musicians in the country.

Speaking with Sammy Flex in an interview, he argues that the controversial pronouncement is very disrespectful and spiritual.

As monitored by Ghana’s most credible entertainment and news website – BrownGh.com, Bullet explained that music is backed by spirits that can either be white or black and as such, he is lost as to which spirit Stonebwoy was backed by when he made the infamous utterances.

“Music is spiritual, you feel it but you can’t touch it. Every Artistes songs are backed by Spirits either by God or by the Devil, and so i want to ask Stonebwoy, which Spirit backed him to made that comment” he said.

Bullet, who manages female artistes Wendy Shay and Fantana added; “That comment he made is more Spiritual. He should come out and apologize”.

The half of defunct music duo Ruff N Smooth expressed his disappointment in Sarkodie and Shatta Wale for keeping mute over the issue.

Bullet asserted that the two aforementioned artistes failing to disassociate themselves from the infamous utterances means they were happy that he made the remarks.

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