Award-winning dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy has apologised to Angel Town, manager of musician Sarkodie, over a misunderstanding that resulted in an alleged assault on the artiste manager this week.
The dancehall artiste this week was alleged to have assaulted Angel Town during a rehearsal for Sarkodie's Black Love virtual concert.
In a video posted on Twitter, Stonebwoy denied reports that his team pulled a gun during the confrontation.
He said: “A few days ago at the recording of my own brother’s event, The Black Love Concert with Sarkodie, we all went out there to show love. We were all in high spirit to make sure we achieve greatness. There was a little misunderstanding with Angel his manager.
“I will use this opportunity to apologize again and say a very big sorry to Angelo and by extension to Sarkodie.”
The multiple award-winning artiste further revealed that he will perform at Sarkodie’s ‘Black Love’ virtual concert, which is slated for Sunday, August 16, 2020.
“There were no guns, there were no knives at the incident and nobody said anybody should go and attack anybody. Kindly don’t believe anything you hear online or on social media.
“We have to live in love, we have to continue supporting one another and make sure we have a peaceful environment to thrive in and grow. Check out the event on 16th of August with crazy performance.”