Samini on Monday, March 15, leveled a series of unpleasant tweets at Stonebwoy after the latter issued a fleet of tweets urging all African countries to applaud Nigerian creatives following their achievement at the 63rd Grammys as well as for their regular efforts in maintaining the mantle for Africa when it comes to entertainment on the worldwide scene.
According to them, the BET award-winner was making reasonable factors on how Ghanaian music could see a major lift if the creatives get sufficient support, but Samini answered with tweets that were nowhere close to the subject for discussion.
They said that Samini is constantly demanding respect from creatives who’re presently trailblazing but constantly descend low to initiate noxious quarrel between some great talents and himself in the country.
A tweep insisted that “Samini used to be the most consistent Ghanaian recording and performing artiste in terms of dropping hit songs because he focused more on his track then, but now, the only way he stays relevant is involving himself in unnecessary controversies, specially with a musician – Stonebwoy – who has never disrespected him before.”
Social media users cautioned the legendary performer, born Emmanuel Andrew Sammini, not to start and engage in social media beef, but rather serve as an industry giant who will light the lane for up-and-coming musicians to follow.