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Bullgod blasted Tinny for insulting Stonebwoy on live radio.

The showbiz expert and CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment think Tinny erred by insulting Stonebwoy in this way.

Speaking on Hitz FM, he added that the rapper “Aletste” had no business insulting someone whose sole wrongdoing had been to save his senior colleague from what appeared to be an unpleasant circumstance.

Bullgod remarked, “The portion I don’t get is the one involving Stonebwoy because I mean Andy, if you go someplace and someone says Bull owes me 500, Andy you’ll pay without asking me.” He also added, “Shame on Tinny for insulting Stonebwoy since he was just come to resolve the situation,”

The speaker, whose name is Yaw Menkasa but who is speaking, is undoubtedly the fool in this situation. Bulldog remarked, “Menkasa is speaking.

The upcoming musician Yaw Menkasa accused Tinny of not showing up for a performance he had paid for in an interview on Hitz FM in May of this year. The Oti Region was designated as the location for the event.

According to Yaw Menkasa, he gave the “Makola Kwakwe” hitmaker GHC2,000 but he didn’t show up. He continued by saying that Tinny did not provide a compelling justification for her absence from the occasion.

Yaw Menkasa made many fruitless attempts to contact Tinny for a refund before reporting the incident to the police, and Tinny allegedly promised to give the police use of his automobile until the debt was paid.

Coincidentally, Stonebwoy unexpectedly stopped by Hitz FM, when he learned about the topic under discussion: “Tinny charged me GHC2K for an event and failed to show up.” After listening to Yaw Menkasa for a while, Stonebwoy proposed to pay.

Although the ‘Mightylele’ singer made the considerate move to spare Tinny from additional humiliation, the rapper took offense to it and went on Peace FM on Monday to attack Stonebwoy (see video below).

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