Ghanaian dancehall artiste Stonebwoy known in real life as Livingstone Satekla has spoken after there was a doom prediction on his career.
Stonebwoy has responded to claims by an entertainment analyst that his career is likely to end sooner than later.
According to the 'Kpoo Keke' hitmaker, he just wants to remain a hero in the music industry no matter what.
In an Instagram post, Stonebwoy expressed his sentiments about his career and his intentions of becoming a music hero.
"There Have Been Stars Before Me And Stars Shall Come After. I Just Want to Remain A HERO Now And After," he wrote.
"I BET you There's Work To Be Done. I SWEAR another Side Of Me Just Born Musically. We Gonna Be Here For A Very Long Time Changing Phases," he added.
In the message, Stonebwoy noted that he does not want to disappoint his people and the God who sent him.
In addition to the long caption, Stonebwoy posted a video of himself performing at Samreboi in the Western Region.
The Burniton Music Group CEO was seen as he performed his hit song 'Hero' to a crowd.
Stonebwoy's message followed a comment made by David Bolton, an entertainment analyst and IT specialist.
He described Stonebwoy as someone who is boastful and proud, claiming that the Baafira hitmaker's attitude will bring his career down.
He thus urged Stonebwoy to be careful of his pronouncements which could spell doom for his career.
David Bolton's doom prediction came at the back of a comment that Stonebwoy made concerning his success.
The Bhim Nation President in a statement bragged about his brand, claiming that he has no competition in Africa.
He noted that having won the BET Award for Ghana, and the Nickelodeon Award for Africa, makes him unmatched.
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