Information we are picking up has it that Afrobeat sensation and former Burniton signee Kelvin Brown popularly known in showbiz cycles as Kelvynboy has been allegedly involved in an accident.
Per the details available, the ‘Mea hitmaker’ scratched his newly acquired customized Range Rover with someone’s car on a Highway.
Both cars were facing each other and unfortunately for Kelvynboy as he drove past the other person’s car, he scratched his car with the other person’s.
We’ve been told that the owner of the car that got scratched seems not to be taking things lightly as he threatens to deal with the artiste.
is still on the ground to bring to you the current situation. But we have been informed that no casualties are involved.
Kelvynboy has been a household name in the Ghanaian entertainment industry following his appearance.
He has proven to be the master of his own craft and on countless occasions served fans with non-stop hits.
He recently acquired the Range Rover car that has been involved in an accident. He flaunted in on social media after he acquired. His customized luxury car bears the number plate Anada 1–20.
He shared a photo of himself posing behind his Range Rover on social media with the caption, “My dreams too big so I gotta stay awake?? ROAD TO THE #BLACKSTAR ALBUM ????.”
The musician earlier this year got himself a Benz c250 plus a Honda Accord for his crew.
Kelvyn Boy, despite the Coronavirus pandemic that has greatly affected musicians in Ghana, recently proved that he’s been saving every dime he gets from his music business.
He was, not long ago in the news following his fall out with his former boss Stonebwoy. News went rife that he was not in good terms with the Bhim President thereby causing him to be sacked from the Burniton record label.
Again he made headlines at the just ended VGMA’s when the Afrobeat singer angrily stormed out of the venue after he lost the Afrobeat song of the year to award to Dope Nation.
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