This article was originally published by GhanaWeb on March 13, 2018
Head of the Zylofon Arts Club, Willi Roi has sent tongues wagging and minds more confused with his latest post on Facebook.
The controversial sound engineer revealed that though he practically worships Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of Zylofon Media, he is ready to die for him as well.
He explains he is ready to do anything for his boss because of the money he gets from him.
Just like NAM1, Willi Roi in his Facebook post exposed why he always chooses Shatta Wale over Stonebwoy.
He wrote: “Shatta Wale gave me 1000 and I am still worshipping him. NAM1 gave me a lot more so I will die for him, not like others”
Many social media users have questioned why the head of a department under Zylofon media would make such public declaration of support for one artiste over the other especially at the time of a heightened beef between Stonebwoy and his label Zylofon Music.
There has been growing tension between management of Stonebwoy and Zylofon media, with some people predicting a possible termination of contract since the signing of “self-proclaimed” dancehall king Shatta Wale onto the record label.
They had claimed that Stonebwoy did not defend or promote the brand in his daily activities.
This tension led to Zylofon officials unprofessionally trying to seize a car given to Stonebwoy at Champs in Paloma Hotel over the weekend, and as if that was not enough, another Zylofon signee released a diss song aimed at Stonebwoy calling him names such as greedy and ungrateful.
Critics have condemned Zylofon Media officials for the stance they seem to have taken supporting Shatta Wale against Stonebwoy and Willi Roi’s post confirms that there are elements at Zylofon Media who do not want Stonebwoy on the label.
In another development, Willi Roi has banned a critic from the Zylofon studio for asking Bulldog to take responsibility for the fracas that happened at Champ.
Willi Roi angrily told the critic not to come to the studio again for making an assertion he claims is an upright disrespect to the media brand.