Stonebwoy tagged as NDC over a hat he wore

Stonebwoy tagged as NDC over a hat he wore

- Some social media users have tagged Stonebwoy as an NDC supporter

- This follows a hat he wore in his latest trending photos which had similar colours like that of the NDC

- The viral photos were from a video shoot in which he was spotted hawking on the streets

A section of social media users have criticised Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy for wearing an NDC hat in his latest photos.

Stonebwoy has been trending on social media since Wednesday when photos of him selling on the streets hit the internet.

Initially, fans had raised been concerns over what Stonebwoy was up to.

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But it turned out tha the viral photos were from the video shoot of his "Tomorrow" track.

In the photos, Stonebwoy is seen wearing a black singlet over red shorts and a hat as he busily sells his items including chewing gums, candies, and caps, among others.

Is Stonebwoy an NDC supporter?

The hat had four colours which is very similar to the red, black green and white colours of the Ghana's main opposition party.

Some fans who noticed the striking similarity between Stonebwoy's hat and the NDC colours have started asking questions about Stonebwoy's political affiliation.

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Peter was wondering what would have happened if Shatta Wale had worn something similar.

Hairullahi did not mince words in describing Stonebwoy as an NDC supporter.

Ernesto was, however, a bit speculative.

And there many others insinuating an NDC angle to the hat.

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Though Stonebwoy also had many fans defending him and pointing out that he was wearing a Tommy Hilfiger hat and not an NDC paraphernalia, it would be best if he would avoid any such coincidences if he did not intend it so.

Born Livingstone Etse Satekla, Stonewoy comes from the Volta Region, the stronghold of the NDC and people will always try to create an link if such things happen.

In the video below, the deputy education minister, Mrs Barbara Ayisi, speaks on how President Akufo-Addo inspires her, and how the president's success story must also inspire the youth of Ghana to greater heights:

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