Make Asaase Sound Clash Results Transparent – Stonebwoy Tells Organizers

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Bhim Nation president and Dancehall artiste Livingstone Etse Satekla known in entertainment circles as Stonebwoy has indicated that he expects nothing but a highly-transparent counting of votes of the Asaase Sound Clash election.

Stonebwoy has bared his teeth at newly-established Asaase radio the organizers of his just-ended clash with colleague Shatta Wale.

In a tweet sighted online, Stonebwoy indicated that neither himself nor BHIM Nations fans had given their consent for any presentation of the highest voter at the Asaase Sound Clash.

He went on to indicate that he expected to see a transparent audit without reasonable doubt to the good people of Ghana who voted for him with their hard-earned money.

Stonebwoy’s comments come on the back of a presentation that is said to be made soon following his lyrical battle with Shatta Wale on Saturday, September 12, 2020.

After the clash, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale met to have lunch with a number of personalities.

Following their lunch, Shatta Wale took to his social media page to sort of start beef with Stonebwoy. Shatta Wale indicated that Stonebwoy was not current and asked him to go and see J. Derobie for tutorials.

The Ayoo hitmaker also added that Stonebwoy had sampled Capleton’s song and presenting it to his electronic fans as his own.

Ghanaians are still angry with the organizers of the concert for failing to announce the winner of the clash leaving a room for people to be asking who won the clash.

According to the musician, he expects nothing but a highly-transparent counting of votes of the Asaase Sound Clash election. As it stands now, both Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale together with their fans are claiming they won the clash.

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