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Stonebwoy Fans 'Attack' Sista Afia For Performing Shatta Wale Collabo At Bhim Concert   
 
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29-Dec-2018  
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The rivalry between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy does not seem to end anytime soon as singer Sista Afia opened a wound that has not been completely healed at the just ended Bhim Nation Concert.

Sista Afia was one of the guest artistes billed to perform at the show but failed to play her cards well.

The reason being that she performed her ‘Jeje’ track in which she featured Stonebwoy’s arch rival, Shatta Wale at the concert.

This agitated the loyal Bhim Nation fans who attacked the songstress for raising the song she made with an ‘enemy’. They threw bottles and other objects at her until she stopped performing that particular music.

‘Surprised’ Sista Afia assured Stonebwoy’s fans that “I am only here to support Bhim Nation. This is no beefing. I love Stonebwoy personally. I am here to do my thing. This is no Stonebwoy-Shatta Wale beefing. One love for Ghana music.”

She however, swiftly redeemed herself with her ‘Slay Queen’ jam to which the crowd cheered and sang along in approval.

Stonebwoy’s Bhim Concert is an annual music festival by the Dancehall artiste meant to thrill and jam with his fans.

This year’s concert had artistes like Feli Nuna, Sista Afia, KiDi, Patapizzy, Trigmatic, Tinny, Medikal, Joey B, Kwesi Arthur, as well as Sarkodie, Samini, and award winning Jamaican music group, Morgan Heritage, who gave the audience value for their money with remarkable performances.

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Source: Ghanaweb.com
 
 

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