Disappointed Samini Calls Stonebwoy A Faker And Tells Him To Check Himself

Samini and Stonebwoy

One music scene father-and-son relationship we have adored is the relationship between Samini and Stonebwoy.

With several hits to his name and leading the Ghanaian dancehall scene, Samini took Stonebwoy under his wing and helped him launch what so far been a blistering music career.

Stonebwoy eventually broke away from Samini, indicative of a coming of age son now ready to face the world on his own.

That he has done and he has made a success of it.

Their master and protege relationship has been going on well until recently when Samini claimed Stonebwoy accused him of being a sellout.

Samini also claimed there have been several instances where Stonebwoy has been disrespectful towards him although he did not indicate when and what Stonebwoy actually did.

Today, fragile relationship between the two was played out on social media for all to see.

Stonebwoy took to Twitter to celebrate Nigerians for their big night at the GRAMMYs, perhaps it was his last line that got Samini worked up.

“As for Ghana, smh I’ll be back…” Stonebwoy ended his tweet at 3:40 AM.

Samini woke up, saw the tweet and decided to respoond. At 7:41 AM he quote tweeted Stonebwoy saying that Ghana will be ok and that Nigerian musicians do not disrespect those who came after them.

“Do you think they disrespect Idibia like you disrespect Samini,” he asked Stonebwoy before advising Stonebwoy that “before you give extra fake fans to Nigeria check yourself, faker.”

Stonebwoy replied Samini asking that they address the issues off social media. That was after he accused Samini of deliberately picking a beef with him just after he finished beefing with Shatta Wale.

However, Samini wouldn’t let go. He basically came back to drive home the point he was making that Stonebwoy could celebrate Nigeria without trashing Ghana.

Stonebwoy went silent afterward but Samini kept coming for him with two more tweets. In the last tweet, he told Stonebwoy “You disappointed me son.”

Stonebwoy and Samini have opened up a larger conversation of the relationship between the older generation of Ghanaian musicians and those who came after them.

Source: Kuulpeeps.com

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