Was Blakk Cedi a lazy manager? Stonebwoy reveals why Blakk Cedi left


Livingstone Etse Setekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy has revealed why his former Manager and friend left him.

In a press conference on Friday, the Burniton Music Group(BMG) CEO emphatically attributed Blakk Cedi’s unfortunately dismissal from BMG as a management decision.

He said Eventhough everything was looking glamorous and glittery but “Not all that glitters is gold”, those where the exact words from Stonebwoy.

Blakk Cedi was demoted from his managerial role at BMG to Booking Agent in 2019 where it would be revealed that “He did not perform any task as an agent, before leaving BMG”. As a matter of fact Blakk Cedi was publicly acclaimed as one of the most hardworking managers in the Ghana music Industry.

However, Stonebwoy at the press conference refuted those claims and hinted that his former manager was not the one in charge of the big moves happening with his career. In Stonebwoy’s words he revealed “I did everything behind the scene and gave credit to Blakk Cedi“.

The emotional looking Stonebwoy when he was answering the questions from Journalist as to the reason why his former manager and best friend left, was noticed by everybody who watch the event live on Facebook as well as Bloggers and Entertainment Persons gathered at the Golden Tulip Hotel conference room.

Blakk Cedi is currently holding down the managerial roles in the career of Afrobeat Sensation, Kelvyn Boy who was nominated for Music man of the year in the 3Music Awards 2020.

Now, can we make a bold assertion without hearing from Blakk Cedi’s side as to why he left. Maybe not. There might be a lot inside this story.

Vibeweek will unravel all the details from the other side for the benefit of our readers understanding.

Stay tuned

Source: Vibeweek.com | Sylvester Owusu Antwi

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