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‘Kelvyn Boy is my son, there is nothing happening’ – Stonebwoy on sacking Kelvyn Boy

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‘Kelvyn Boy is my son, there is nothing happening’ – Stonebwoy on sacking Kelvyn Boy

Award-winning reggae-dancehall artiste Livingstone Etse Satekla popularly known as Stonebwoy and his signee, Kelvynboy made headlines recently following rumors that they were fighting.

It was even rumored that he sacked Kelvynboy from his Bhim Nation record label.

According to what was reported, Kelvynboy was kicked out of the label comes a few days after he called out the Dancehall artiste in a post on Instagram after Stonebwoy had eulogized Samini in a post.

 

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#Exclusive on #TheDryve with @joelorleans & @djmicsmith : #Stonebwoy Sacks #KelvynBoy From His #BhimNation Label #YFMGhana #News

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However, Stonebwoy has finally spoken about the rumored tension between himself and Kelvyn Boy, stating that there’s no bad blood between them.

In a Facebook live session with his fans, the ‘Shuga’ hitmaker dispelled claims that he has a problem with his signee Kelvyn Boy adding that Kelvyn Boy is his son.

“I can’t have anything going on with me and Kelvyn Boy. He is my son. There is nothing happening. Let us vibe”, Stonebwoy said.

 

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Stonebwoy speak about his issues with Kelvynboy

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Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale trial set to begin on October 9

Jacqueline Johnson Quaye, known professionally as 'JQ', is a Ghanaian entertainment show host, journalist, and reporter.

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