Things has fallen apart in Zylofon Media and the Centre certainly cannot hold it together. The ongoing fracas between Stonebwoy and Zylofon Media has proven that there’s a leadership crisis at Creative Arts outfit Zylofon Media as leadership seems to find it more challenging to deal with the issue.
Barely 24 hours after calling for calm, the CEO of the label, Nana Appiah Mensah has apologised to Stonebwoy for the unfortunate incidence that led him to fire shots at Champs Bar in Accra over the weekend.
In an Instagram post, Nana Appiah Mensah stated
“I apologize to team @stonebwoyb and all well wishers for the unfortunate ill incident that occurred. The transport manager exercised a discretion characterized by reflex and over exuberance. An act I vehemently condemn and discourage from our society.”
Now what’s more confusing is the fact that Kumi Guitar, an artist signed unto the same label released a ‘diss’ song for Stonebwoy even when he (Nana Appiah Mensah) had called for calm.
Funny enough, the ‘diss’ song was also premiered on Zylofon FM, a radio station owned by Nana Appiah Mensah. So now who is Nana Appiah Mensah trying to fool? Do his workers even listen to him as their boss? Another big question is, who sanctioned the release of the song even when a call from the boss had asked they all remained calm.
Certainly Nana Appiah Mensah should get a hold of his company and solve the issues.