The afro-dancehall star and his former chief, Samini, who have had a to and fro over reliability issues for more than a year, have at long last smoked the peace pipe, stopping their exceptionally publicized crack.
Everything started in September 2020 when Stonebwoy decided to accept a dancehall melodious battle from Shatta Wale – Samini’s number one ‘enemy’ – during the Asaase SoundClash concert.
Samini expressed his disappointment in Stonebwoy for accepting the challenge from Shatta Wale in a series of Twitter blusters.
Yet, Stonebwoy hit back at Samini during the conflict, marking his godfather as a ‘if a father and his son like Samini and I can’t come together, how can Shatta wale and I be friends after all the insults and fight”he said during his performance.
Samini immediately responded in a Joy FM interview, saying it harms that Stonebwoy didn’t recognize his efforts.
“Imagine you went on radio and say anything bad about me while I am listening, I will be sad and may react. Sometimes I sit down and cry after hearing such things on radio.
“How could I sell out Stonebwoy? Assuming Ghana can answer me,” Samini quizzed, adding that “those were the things that hurt me.”
In any case, on Tuesday, December 22, Samini and Stonebwoy patched their difference – courtesy Beenie Man.
The Jamaican dancehall legend, during his performance, called the two in front of an audience, and they performed together. Watch the video below