In her view, the 'Kpo K3k3' hitmaker unnecessarily took action when his manager was already handling the situation.
The former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC) in an interview on Class FM said she was saddened by Stonebwoy for pulling a gun at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
Describing the incident as the worst thing that could have happened that night, Blakofe said she broke down in tears upon seeing the chaotic scene.
She said: “Seeing these two huge stars behave like that on stage, I cried like a baby”, adding: “When Ghana Music Awards started, I was part of the original team, I fought for the reggae category”.
“I love Stonebwoy, I love Shatta so much, I like the two of them. Shatta had no right at all going up that moment, it was Stonebwoy’s day. If you want to congratulate him, you wait and do it afterwards, so, Shatta made a mistake going on stage.
“But Stonebwoy pulling a gun was the worst thing that could have happened that night. Let Blakk Cedi slap Shatta, let the boys beat him but to pull out a gun on stage? That broke my heart.”
Her comments is in reaction to the latest brawl between the two top Ghanaian music stars who have been feuding for years.
The Dancehall artistes clashed at the 20th VGMA last Saturday that was took place at the Accra International Conference Center disrupting the show for several minutes.
The brawl occurred after Shatta Wale and his entourage tried going up the stage when Stonebwoy was being presented with his award for Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year. Read Full Story