Stonebwoy Sets The Record Straight on Why Hasn’t Collaborate With Black Sherif

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Celebrated dancehall star Stonebwoy has addressed questions on why he is yet to work on collaboration with breakout hip hop star Black Sherif. 
He says that contrary to popular belief that there is bad blood between him and Black Sherif, he enjoys great friendship with the Ghanaian drill rapper. 

Speaking to Property FM show host Amansan Krakye in Cape Coast, he said drawing conclusions based on a collaboration is far-fetched.
The ‘Therapy’ hitmaker noted that his omission of Black Sherif from his recent album ‘5th Dimension’ shoudn’t raise speculation of any kind because he is yet to feature many other Ghanaian artists who are great. 

“If you ask why I omitted Black Sherif from my 5th Dimension record, it may appear that there is a problem, but there is in fact none at all. There are many Ghanaian musicians I haven't collaborated with on songs, and there are some names you can list, but there is no conflict between us,” he stated. 

Stonebwoy added that something will definitely come from Blacko and him although he did not disclose when this collabo will come.

“Just because we haven't recorded a song yet doesn't mean there isn't any wahala—it will undoubtedly happen. We shouldn't interpret it as something that ought to have already occurred and assume that because it hasn't, there must be a message in there,” he stated. 

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