Stonebwoy, the Ghanaian singer, has apologised for backing Shatta Wale’s criticism of Nigerian artistes.


Wale had earlier dissed Nigerian artistes whom he said failed to reciprocate the support they got from Ghana.

The dancehall singer had, during his sold-out concert, said he didn’t need Nigerians to hit big in the music industry.

The development had sparked a barrage of criticisms from some Nigerians who dismissed his claims as a hate campaign.


Amid the the ensuing drama, Stonebwoy had thrown his weight behind Wale, saying his “point is valid and deserves critical attention.”

“Wale’s approach may be wrong but the topic of our brother nation Nigeria not reciprocating the love and support it receives particularly from Ghana is valid and deserves critical attention,” he had said.

“We must love our neighbours as we love ourselves, not more than ourselves. This means Ghanaians home and abroad must emulate the Nigerian approach of prioritising an agenda to invest in and support Ghanaian talent.”


But in a now-viral video, the musician is seen appealing to Nigerians after meeting with Davido in Ghana.

The ‘OBO’ crooner shared a video of the moment at a party aimed to commemorate the year 2022 on his Instagram stories.

“Abeg o, Naija, Abeg o,” Stonebwoy said in Pidgin English.


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