The East Legon police have invited legendary reggae/dancehall performer Stonebwoy for reportedly threatening the life of estate developer Derrick Appiah.
The victim made a report some time ago, which led to the police being contacted.
The businessman unexpectedly claimed not too long ago that the president of BHIM Nation had instructed him to commit a crime at the risk of his freedom during a commercial deal.
Mr. Appiah claimed in a chat with well-known blogger Attractive Mustapha that the danger stems from doing business with Dr. Louisa, Stonebwoy’s wife, rather than with him directly.
In explaining his decision to avoid Stonebwoy, he stated that the singer of “Higher” had previously broken an agreement on the percentage payment owed to him.
He said to Attractive Mustapha, “Stonebwoy was required by the contract to pay me 5% of the $440,000 in commission, but he refused to do so by first cutting the agent fee from 5% to 2 percent, which is $8,800.
“Instead of giving me the 2 percent $8800, he offered me $500, so I returned the money to him and requested full payment because it was intended to be a 5 percent, but for the sake of peace, I grudgingly agreed to take the 2 percent.”
Once more, Stonebwoy chose to offer me $500 rather than the exact 2 percent and threatened to stop giving me money if I didn’t accept the $500.
Because of the aforementioned, he decided against conducting business directly with the artist.
I responded that when they called me to look for a house for them to buy, I was actually speaking with his wife and not him. He then aggressively threatened me with dire prison consequences if I mentioned his wife’s name again.
He filed an official complaint with the East Legon Police for the aforementioned reason, but there was no response in the affirmative.