There was pandemonium at Paloma Hotel in Accra Saturday evening when music producer Bulldog allegedly attacked Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy and his crew who were holding a mini concert at the hotel.
Gunshots rang in the hotel causing panic among guests and hotel staff.
A younger brother of the musician, who was at the concert is said to have been injured and has made a complaint of assault and theft against Bulldog born Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson at the Nima Police station.
Eyewitnesses said Bulldog’s men hit Stonebwoy's brother, snatched his wallet containing an unspecified amount of money and attempted to seize the musician's Mercedes Benz.
Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, told Joy News' Becky that he had finished a performance on the University of Ghana campus and was at Paloma to support KelvinBwoy who was holding his ‘AfroBeats’ tour there.
"I just got off the stage at Legon [Liman Hall], and it was a super performance like I always do. So we drove over to Champs for the next event.
"We were chilling in the room and then we heard bang...and cursing..." he said.
The Jungle hitmaker said he had sent his brother to the car to bring his clothes when they heard the commotion.
"They hit [my brother] on the lips, they took the car keys from him and they sat in the car...if not for my bodyguard, they would have driven my car away and that would have been something else," he recounted.
He said his manager, BlackCedi is dealing with the situation.
"I think in this country so many people are taking the law into their own hands because certain people in authority give them their support," he said.
Joy News' attempts to get Bulldog's side of the story have so far been unsuccessful.
Watch the video below:
Have your say
More Entertainment Headlines
- Panafest International Expo launched in UK
- Too many music talents hypnotised by Afrobeat popularity - David Bolton bemoans
- Video: My music was getting bigger – Ohemaa Mercy explains why she quit teaching
- Video: Funny Face claims police assault during movie shoot
- Cardi B rape accusations resurfaces
- Regent University student wins 2019 edition of 'Live Inside Win the Ride'
- Spanish hosts dance to highlife songs by Kyekyeku & Ghanalogue band
- R. Kelly in solitary over mortal fear of other inmates
- Ed Sheeran goes to numbers one, three, four on UK chart
- Ghana praised for supporting Vis-à-vis Festival
- English language did trick for ‘Be Lifted’ penetrating Africa - MOG
- Show evidence of new factories – John Dumelo charges gov’t
- Video: I’d love to settle in Ghana after retirement- Tim Godfrey
- Ark band performs live on Joy FM’s Cosmopolitan Mix
- Creative Arts Council, media pay courtesy call on Ghana Embassy in Spain