Last Saturday’s near-fatal incident that occurred at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards was very terrifying, especially for those in the auditorium and near the stage where it happened.
One of those who had the first-hand terrifying experience is the co-host of the evening, Kwame Sefa Kayi.
The Kokroko morning show host, who ‘mced’ the VGMA with Berla Mundi, has been speaking this morning about the incident that has stolen the spotlight from the many talented musicians who also won awards that night.
Speaking on his morning show on Peace FM, Kwame Sefa Kayi said both Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale should be made to sign a bond of good behaviour for three years and if any of them breaks that bond, they should be sentenced to two years in prison.
He added that the police should revoke Stonebwoy’s gun permit since he (Stonebwoy) doesn’t have the emotional stability it takes to be a gun owner.
Sefa Kayi said this owing to the fact that this is not the first time Stonebwoy has pulled a gun or been involved in a similar gun incident.
In March last year, when Stonebwoy was on a war front with Zylofon Media, he reportedly got into a gunfight with Bulldog and other Zylofon media employees.
That happened after Stonebwoy controversially performed at the Liman Hall week at the University of Ghana and later went to the Champs bar to support Kelvynbwoy, one of his protégés at his concert there.
That night ended with gunshots being fired after some Zylofon Media officials led by Bulldog, attempted to confiscate a vehicle the record label had allegedly given to Stonebwoy.
With such a record, Sefa Kayi believes Stonebwoy is unfit to be a gun owner.
Gun violence is a very serious issue that shouldn’t become the norm in Ghana. Even America is fighting to get a grip on gun violence… we shouldn’t allow it to start in the first place…
Watch Sefa Kayi talk about what he thinks should happen to Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale below: