After putting up what was deemed an unimpressive performance at the just ended MTN Pulse TurnUp, Ghana’s dancehall and award-winning artiste, Stonebwoy, has apologised to his fans, explaining that he was recovering from a surgery.
During a performance at the Accra Sports Stadium, BET Award winner Stonebwoy, explained that he had undergone a knee surgery in Germany to enable him walk properly after an accident which left him hospitalised for months and claimed the life of his twin brother at age 14.
He assured the fans that he would be able to walk properly by June after undergoing physiotherapy.
He advised fans present to desist from mocking the physically challenged because they did not know what triggered their predicament.
The MTN Pulse TurnUp which was organised at the Accra Sports Stadium in Accra last Friday, saw great performance from Ghana’s finest artiste like Shata Wale who got the crowd to sing along with him as he performed some of his songs like ‘Mahama Paper’, ‘Hol It’, ‘Baby Chop Kiss’ among others.
Female dancehall artistes, Kaakie and MzVee, did not disappoint fans present by performing to some of their hit songs.
Jamaican dancehall artistes, Alkaline and Kranium, did perform to the fans’ expectations, while Elephant Man did not show up for such an event for the second time.
Samini, who put up a subdued performance, sang Shata Wale’s ‘Kakai’ and that got fans singing along as he exited the stage.
Jupiter, who was not given much publicity like the other artistes, stole the whole show by performing live with the Patch Bay band.