Shatta’s Reign Album Concert Was Not A Sold Out Event – Stonebwoy


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There has been an uproar on social media with regards to who has the crowd after Stonebwoy’s ‘Ashaiman To The World Concert’ ended successfully whiles Shatta Wale was also on stage at the BF Suma Fest which came off at the Fantasy Dome.

The comparison and arguments between both camps on social media over the weekend has been on whether Stonebwoy’s free concert got the numbers or BF Suma Fest which was a ‘paid for’ show? Well, multiple award-winning artiste, Stonebwoy has taken the argument to a different level.

Now the argument Stonebwoy has raised is whether Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign Album’ launch got the numbers it deserved to make it a sold out event or not as compared to his free show at Ashaiman which was dubbed ATTWC.

In an interview on Citi TV, Stonebwoy alleges that his arch rival, Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign Album’ launch concert, which took place at the Fantasy Dome two weeks ago was a ‘free’ event but didn’t get the numbers as compared to his. According to Stonebwoy, even though tickets were sold, he considers the show as ‘free’  because most people did not pay to enter.

“I’m not in competition with anybody but even if I was, you can see the difference. Because that [Shatta’s] show at the Fantasy Dome was free. People came from buses and got it for free. To me that was not a sold out event. This is also a free event but you see the numbers that we commanded. This is my hood; almost 50, 000 people,” Stonebwoy told CITI TV’s Nana Adwoa.

Stonebwoy’s comments with regards to Shatta’s show is clearly a justifies the fact that he believes he is a bigger artist than Shatta Wale and that if Shatta Wale claims he filled the Fantasy Dome, which is a 20,000 capacity venue, he has also pulled about 50,000 people for his concert.

Ashaiman To The World Concert ended successfully as it came off last Saturday, October 27 which saw performances from top Ghanaian artists like  Strongman,  Kofi Kinaata, Kwaw Kese, Article Wan, Edem Lilwin, Guru, Obibini, Donzy, Okomfour Kwadee, Kelvyn Boy, Sarkodie, D-Cryme, Epixode, and Samini.

 


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