Amid the controversies surrounding the just ended highly anticipated Tigo Music unplugged concert at the Baba Yara Stadium, George Quaye who has been in the news for both the right and wrong reasons because he took to his social media page to talk about Flowking Stone’s ‘childish’ attitude at the concert in Kumasi has gingered the Kumasi-based rapper to respond to his comment.
Kwaku Nsiah Boamah known in the media circles as Flowking Stone in a recent post on his Facebook page yesterday, blamed organizers of the Tigo Music unplugged Concert.
Read what Flowking Stone posted below;
“…And the funny thing is, when their driver who was supposed to pick us up to the event grounds, after making us wait for more than an hour infront of the hotel, was called, he said and I quote that ‘seisei a na me k)si MzVee, ad3n mede3 me ndidi anaa’… meaning, he is going to eat before he comes to pick us… So how come the same people who delayed us now say we were late… isn’t it funny
Trying to bully n punish us for a crime they have committed, They tell us 5minutes before we hit the stage to make a show they have contracted us for 1 hour, that we’ve rehearsed for about a month with, to use 5minutes to cut the show down to 10minutes because he ‘thinks’ we were late ..
3y3 as3m oo……God dey!! Still we rise…. #FireBonDem”
Meanwhile George Quaye is yet to detail his side of the story tonight on the Pundit – GhOne. Cabum “Da Chedeshi” has also released a new single titled “Host and Win” and the songs talks about the incident that happened last Saturday with fusions of Flowking Stone’s stage comments in the song. Come back in a min to download the song.