Stonebwoy has chickened out of the banter with Nigerians after he threw his weight behind Shatta Wale over his feud with Nigerian artistes.
In a new video shared online, Stonebwoy apologized to his Nigerian brothers and sisters after he was buried under an avalanche of criticisms for siding with his industry colleague and ignorantly claiming Nigerians have failed to reciprocate the huge benefits they derive from their huge fanbase in Ghana.
Stonebwoy while reinforcing the trending conversation incurred the wrath of Nigerians where he uttered the following;
“We were all Africans before we got separated into individual nations. African history and migration studies confirm that there is more that unites us than divides us. With the advent of the modern-day nation-state, each independent nation is uniquely gifted in order to contribute its quota to the overall status of Africa’s entertainment and creative arts scene.
“To do this, we must support each other in equal measure. Our brother nation Nigeria has done very well to mark many of the biggest milestones in the entertainment scene and is putting Africa on the global map due to the strength of its population (amongst other qualities).
Speaking further, the music star wrote: “Accordingly, our Nigerian brothers must consider that with their great power comes the responsibility of helping to forge a united African front by deliberately allowing music from the other African countries which pollinate Nigerian music to flourish on Nigerian platforms on local and international levels.
“This approach will enable the African sound to dominate the world as one big family and as a global force… That’s how we stand as one Africa. My brother Shatta Wale’s approach may be wrong but the topic of our brother nation Nigeria not reciprocating the love and support it receives particularly from Ghana is valid and deserves critical attention.”
“Meanwhile, as the saying goes, we must love our neighbours as we love ourselves (not more than we love ourselves). This means that Ghanaians home and abroad must emulate the Nigerian approach of prioritizing an agenda to invest in and support Ghanaian talent,” he concluded.
It seems that has been squashed now after Stonebwoy apologized to Nigerians for his comments right after linking up with Davido recently. Watch the video below;