It appears we can now take the union between the two most controversial reggae and dancehall acts Charles Nii Armah Mensah aka Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy originally named Livingstone Satekla.
The two award-winning musicians after an abysmal showdown at the 2019 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, showed remorse for their unfortunate actions and apologized to Ghanaians and the organizers of the VGMAs Charterhouse.
Few days after Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy smoked the peace pipe that saw them officially announce their love for each other at a press conference put together by the Kofi Abban Foundation.
Since their beautiful reunion, they have both been spotted on social media chatting each other and making jokes.
The latest post by the “My level’ hitmaker suggests that he is serious about the love he claimed he had for Stonebwoy.
Sighted on Shatta Wale’s Instagram handle, Shatta Wale called on all Shatta Movement fans to rally their support for the ‘Kpookeke’ hitmaker as Stonebwoy represents Ghana in London in this year’s edition of ‘Party in the Park’.
‘Party in the Park’ is an annual celebration of pop culture, music and fashion for people from all walks of life organized by Akwaaba UK and usually takes place during the summer season.
Shatta Wale revealed that he was supposed to participate in the show by way of performance but due to circumstances beyond his control, he would not make, therefore, he is announcing that his brother Stonebwoy will take his place at ‘Party in the Park 2019’.
Shatta Wale although will be absent pronounced his confidence in Stonebwoy reiterating that Stonebwoy will live up to expectation as he shared a photo of the BET award-winner.
Shatta Wale further entreated his fans to patiently wait for his ‘Reign’ concert in October.
I will not be able to represent this year at Party in the park in London but my brother @stonebwoyb will be there to do justice like we do always ..Support him to the fullest and also wait for my Shatta concert soon !!! Love you all️pah pah pah pah Shatta Wale’ urged.