When revisiting a report that Stonebwoy paid his GHS2,000 bill to get back his impounded automobile, veteran highlife performer Tinny lost it.
A few months back, Tinny was called out by an event promoter for refusing to return GHS2,000 that had been paid to him for a Valentine’s Day performance at Worawora Afariwa Loungeon when he didn’t show up.
He [Tinny] told me he can’t pay the money therefore he has opted to use his car as collateral, the promoter said in an interview on Hitz FM. He agreed when I proposed we travel to the Taifa Police Station so they could impound the car until I could recover my money because I couldn’t drive it to my residence.
When Stonebwoy learned of this at the same interview, he freely offered to cover the alleged debt owed by his senior colleague.
However, Tinny broke his quiet in a Monday interview on Okay FM and expressed his displeasure with the whole “clout chasing” thing.
Since no one contacted him to inquire about the veracity of the event promoter’s statements, Tinny labeled them as acts of foolery along with Stonebwoy’s offer to pay.
He said he believed Stonebwoy’s good intentions were only a front and expressed disappointment in the Dancehall performer.
Tinny thinks Stonebwoy’s behavior misrepresented his financial situation and diminished his value after more than ten years in the music business.
The Makola Kwakwe hitmaker continued, “Stonebwoy should have known better than to take an action which shows he [Tinny] is broke. I’ve assisted Stonebwoy in the past.”