Mr Logic, technical director of Mampi hit maker Vybrant Faya is currently not happy with Stonebwoy and his Bhim Nation label for allowing an Eye Judah to use the Bhim imprint to fire a diss song aimed at his Shatta Movement Family act Vybrant Faya.
The former manager of Shatta Wale in a submission on radio labeled Stonebwoy’s management as kids.
“It’s funny how some people don’t understand the business of music because I have realized that we are dealing with a bunch of kids under what people call a label.” He told Pluzz FM. “But some of us, we were trained to understand the span of music and entertainment so we believe in brands when we see talent.
“What you said about some guy doing a song, I will answer by saying that it has proven the unprofessional mind of those who are behind Stonebwoy. I will say this by exempting one person called Blakk Cedi. That guy, I have a lot of respect for him even though I’m older than him.
“First of all, if you are running a record label and you are calling it a label under no circumstance should you allow your cooperate name to be used in an attack song. It indicates that the people behind that label are kids.
“But because we are grown than certain kids who have just grown to hear something called Dancehall, we look at them and laugh at the things they do.”
Burniton Music Group recording dancehall artiste Eye Judah born Bernard Okaiteh on “Titanic” called Vybrant Faya scape goat and warns him not to mess up with him or the Bhimnation.
“Vybrant Faya was the one who endorsed Stonebwoy to be given artist of the Year at the VGMAs because it was good for the genre, myself during the STING, I met Karl and told him it was Vybrant Faya we wanted to send to Sting because we have to use our own money to pay for the artist to go but he said it was not good for our brand, so we should get someone from his camp. I agreed and we put his artist there, that’s how Stonebwoy got his name on the Sting. Now he didn’t go and you heard the insults and ridicule Stonebwoy was raining on me but Karl didn’t say anything.”