- Ghanaian singer Stonebwoy has warned South Africans following xenophobic attacks
- The dancehall sensation has dropped a mind-blowing song against xenophobia
- He reminded South Africans of how Kwame Nkrumah and Nelson Mandela fought for freedom
Dancehall sensation Stonebwoy has joined the fight against xenophobia in South Africa.
The former BET award-winner is not pleased with the current situation which is making South African nationals attack their fellow black people.
The unfortunate situation has caught the attention of many celebrities in Africa.
One of such person is Stonebwoy, who has released a song warning South Africans.
In the song, Stonebwoy touched on unity as he reminded South Africans of how Kwame Nkrumah and Nelson Mandela fought for the freedom African people are enjoying now.
Stonebwoy, who looked emotional, advised South Africans to desist from what they are currently doing.
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The Ashaiman-born singer released the said song via his Instagram handle.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported a story of Stonebwoy and his manager, Blakk Cedi dominated the headlines in the past few days.
Reports were rife that the two were not in good terms after Blakk Cedi was accused of mishandling Stonebwoy’s funds.
Watch the video below:
However, Stonebwoy and Blakk Cedi put those reports to rest as they were seen together during Obofour’s wife’s birthday party on Monday, September 3, 2019.
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