“We Are In No Way Associated With The Alleged Scuffle” – Burniton Music Group Clarifies
Burniton Music Group has clarified that it is in no way associated with the alleged scuffle involving its former signee, Kelyvnbwoy and some unknown men at the opening ceremony of Electroland Ghana Limited’s Ashaiman branch.
According to the record label, none of the individuals who are alleged to have been involved in the actions have been or were employed by its President, Livingstone Etse Satekla.
In a press release signed by the record and sighted by ThinkNewsOnline, it said “Our attentions and energies are focused on shaping Ghana’s sonic landscape through Anloga Junction, Stonebwoy’s recently released studio album which is receiving critical acclaim and global recognition”
The statement further added that to suggest that the Burniton Music Group will divert its attention from its efforts of promoting Ghanaian music to devote time and energy to an artiste who was voluntarily released from the organization can only be the product of an exaggerated sense of self-importance.
It also hinted that the spurious allegations are very damning and can also cause considerable harm to the brand likewise legitimate business interest.
“Kelvin Brown insinuates and by use of innuendo, alleges that Stonebwoy is responsible for the scuffle that apparently occurred at Ashaiman. Furthermore, a group of persons, including an individual who is being held out by the media as Stonebwoy’s bodyguard, have been identified in social media reports to have been allegedly involved in the scuffle” it stressed.
The Burniton Music Group says it wishes to set the records straight and correct any erroneous impressions that may be created in the minds of the discerning public as a result of the tweets and media reports.
Below is a copy of the press release:
Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith