Shatta Wale Hangs Out With Stonebwoy’s Former Manager, Blakk Cedi.
Ghanaian dancehall legend, Shatta Wale has been captured in a video with Blakk Cedi, who is Stonebwoy’s former manager. The two had apparently attended the New Year’s Eve which took place inside Onyx, a club owned by Ghanaian musician and CEO of Black Avenue Music, D-Black.
Blakk Cedi and Stonebwoy fell out over some unresolved disputes over the management of Burninton Music Group signee, Kelvynboy. After a series of heated arguments and subtle insults on social media, Stonebwoy eventually parted ways with the duo ,Blakk Cedi and Kelvynboy.
Meanwhile Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy had settled their long term bone of contention.
The two most influential dance hall and reggae artistes had gone back and forth with their disputes, automatically involving their die-hard fans, BHIM Nation and Shatta Movement.
However, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale agreed to put the past behind them and work together amicably. They crowned their reunion with a peace treaty.
The two have remained good friends and hang out together more often. Likewise, they have been seen together on TV shows and on stage proving that indeed they have reconciled for good.
Shata Wale and Stonebwoy’s reunion made news for quite a while until Stonebwoy fell out with his longtime manager, Blakk Cedi.
Reportedly there had been some disagreements between the two over who manages Kelvynboy, the then-signee of the Burninton Music Group. Stonebwoy officially announced his separation from Blakk Cedi on February 7, 2020.
Many speculated that Stonebwoy and Blakk Cedi’s unresolved disputes had affected the former’s relationship with Shatta Wale.
Well the two have proved the notion wrong with their recent meeting.
Shatta Wale and Blakk Cedi were captured on camera, falling into each other’s embrace upon arrival.
They were very chatty and laughed heartily into the evening’s programme. They had equally awed everybody present with their leveled energy and enthusiasm.
They could be seen responding to each other vibely, which was a clear indication that they had no bone to pick with each other.