Speaking to Ajax Media Channel, Kudu said that since he is a big fan of Stoneboy, some of his colleagues have developed a fondness for him.
“I remember one time their song “Gidigba”, I was so mad in the dressing room when they played it and they all started calling my name.”
“And they all love that song,” he said.
Ghana’s World Cup star also praised Stonebwoy and described him as a wonderful human being.
“I started listening to his music in Ghana and his craft started growing and growing and the love grew more when I got to know him personally. I think he is more than a musician to me. He is an amazing person,” he added.
In a recent interview, Stonebwoy thanked former Black Stars striker Asamoah Gan for funding his surgery ten years ago.
Stonebwoy’s right leg was deformed in an accident nearly two decades ago. Reports suggest that the same accident took the life of his twin brother.
According to him, he had been saving for years to undergo the surgery.
However, at the last moment, Asamoah Gyan stepped in and funded the entire venture.
Stonebwoy was visibly emotional as he thanked Asamoah Gyan for the blessings in his life and said he will be forever grateful to him.
According to Stoneboy, he met Gan at a rehearsal and the footballer asked him what happened to his leg.
Stonebwoy explained to Gann how he was injured and revealed that he was planning to have surgery.
Gyan, an emotional dancehall musician, immediately offered to pay for the surgery and asked him to send the bill. Stonebwoy said he couldn’t sleep that night. He then sent the bill to Gann and according to him, he unexpectedly collected thousands of pounds from the footballer.