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Former French Ambassador To Ghana Tears Up While Watching Sarkodie, Stonebwoy Perform Together For The First Time After Beef

The former Former French Ambassador to Ghana, Anne-Sophie Avé was one of the distinguished guests that witnessed this year’s Rapperholic Concert masterminded by Sarkodie held at the Grand Arena at Accra’s International Conference Center.

Sarkodie did not disappoint as he delivered a top-notch performance to match up to his pedigree, ultimately giving his legions of fans something to cheer about for the rest of the year.

The ever-exuberant madam Anne-Sophie Avé who mostly attended high-profile concerts of this nature during her tenure of office in Ghana, could not bottle up her emotions when she saw Stonebwoy and Sarkodie performing on stage for the first time after their beef.

In a video she uploaded on her Instagram platform, the French diplomat was seen struggling to suppress her etas while ace broadcaster and business mogul Bola Ray comforted her.

Sarkodie and Stonebwoy’s friendship ended in tatters a few months ago prior to Sarkodie’s much-hyped Black Love virtual concert when news went viral that Stonebwoy has assaulted Sark’s manager, Angel Town aka Angelo.

The Dancehall performer felt offended that his preparations were delayed while other artists, like Shatta Wale, who arrived at the venue before him, were given the go-ahead to perform.

He was also irritated by the fact that he was denied the opportunity to pack at one location whereas Shatta Wale was permitted to do so.

Given that Stonebwoy, unlike Shatta Wale, is not accustomed to using violence to express himself, the news was shocking. Moreover, as the press reported, along with a bruised Angelo face, images of which also surfaced online, it seemed unlikely that a bulky-looking Angelo could have been beaten in that way.

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