Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla popularly known as Stonebwoy has advised upcoming artiste, Rashid Metal to work hard rather than being aggressive.
According to the CEO of Burniton Music Group (Bhimnation), if the new artiste wants to stay longer in his career then he should focus on good music rather than attacking him and calling him a thief.
He made this known on Hitz FM’s “Showbiz Review” show Monday hosted by Andy Dosty.
It was reported that Rashid Metal called Stonebwoy a thief during a performance at the Kasapreko Margarita Beach Carnival which took place at Labadi Beach on January 25, 2015.
He allegedly called Stonebwoy a thief for stealing his recently released song titled “Baafira”.
Rashid Metal has a song called “No Noise” which is also called “Baafira” in Hausa. Since the release of Stonebwoy’s song, Rashid Metal and his movement have sent numerous insults on Stonebwoy’s way as well as his track, clearly saying “Stonebwoy is a thief”.
But according to the 26-year-old talented songwriter and singer, “Rashid Metal can’t teach me what dancehall is about.
If he claims dancehall is about gimmicks because of the title ‘Baafira’, that is his business.
“In fact, it is just the title of his song and so I am not going to pay attention to his insults. Work hard Rashid Metal so that you will be respected by Ghanaians in order to gain a good reputation “Stonebwoy warned.
Story: Anita Ampomah (Hitz FM)