“Everyone has the right to be angry but no one has the right to assault” – Sarkodie accepts Stonebwoy’s apology
Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie has finally reacted to incidents that happened at the Independence Square on 10th August during his Black Love Virtual Concert recording.
In a 6-minute audio press release on his official YouTube channel, Sarkodie failed to explain the exact circumstances that led to Stonebwoy assaulting his manager Angel Town. In his words: “That is not the focus of this recording”.
The ‘Adonai’ hitmaker mainly expressed disappointment with how Stonebwoy chose to go physical during the incident.
“Everyone has the right to be angry but no one has the right to assault” he said.
He ended the audio release officially accepting Stonebwoy’s apology.
Listen to the press release below.
On August 14th, Stonebwoy released a video message to apologise to Angelo and Sarkodie over the scuffle that took place during a rehearsal for the ‘Black Love Concert’.