Samini And Stonebwoy Square It Off On Twitter

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Samini And Stonebwoy

It appears that the intense rivalry between Stonebwoy and Samini continues, as these two have once again clashed in what appears to be a new “problem” on social media.

On Monday March 15, 2021, the two artists engaged in a heated joke about Stonebwoy’s congratulatory comments to Nigerian artists, Burna Boy, Wizkid for their Grammy Awards.

In what was meant to be a congratulatory message for these artists, Stonebwoy asked Ghanaians to applaud his counterparts rather than act bitterly at his victory.

He said that, for once, Ghanaians should learn to congratulate Nigerians for consistently projecting Africa globally in terms of entertainment.

“For his constant efforts in upholding the Mantle for Africa when it comes to entertainment on the global stage. Congratulations on keeping you down at the Grammys. As for Ghana, I’ll be back, ”Stonebwoy wrote angrily on Twitter.

But obviously irritated by Stonebwoy’s comments, Samini in a blunt rebuttal said:
“Ghana will be fine if we start keeping the Hundred Points symbol between us as artists, wow. Start by being honest and calling things by name. Before I give Nigeria more fake fans, #checkyourself faker “

Stonebwoy in response asked Samini to say those words to him physically rather than acting cowardly on Twitter.

For that reason, he has refused to participate in any form of dispute on social media with the artist from now on.

“We know each other personally. I can’t do this with you on social media, ”he wrote.
Responding to Stonebwoy’s tweet, Samini tweeted again saying:

“Smh Stonebwoy hahaha. You know you can’t dust anyone’s eyes, my son. You know exactly where I come from. Don’t criticize GH by congratulating Nigeria because they don’t disrespect their legends like you do, period. A word to the wise.

After calling me sold out on a public stage during his mismatch crash? Who sold to whom? We come from # grade1 … you’re nervous about tweeting me. ShattaWale is a partner, you are a son … get the difference. You disappointed me, son. “

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