- Dancehall musician Stonebwoy has gone viral after a video showed him playing with his daughter
- In the video, Stonebwoy, who was sitting in his car with Jidula, asked her questions about school
- Jidula, in turn, answered her father as she tried to talk clear and ask her father to take her home to mummy
Popular Ghanaian dancehall musician Stonebwoy and his daughter have gone viral on social media after a video of them surfaced online.
In the video, the Burniton Music Group CEO was seen playing with his daughter as they sat in his car.
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Stonebwoy was heard asking his daughter Catherine Jidula, affectionately called CJ how she fared at school.
In response, Jidula answered her father as she tried to speak and asked him to drive her home to mummy.
The 2-year-old girl held the steering wheel as if she wanted to drive as Stonebwoy agreed to take her home.
Deducing from the video, it is evident that the 'Kpoo Keke' hitmaker had gone to pick his daughter from school.
The two were in the news recently after a photo showed Stonebwoy carrying his daughter to school for the first time.
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In the story which was published by YEN.com.gh, Catherine Jidula was seen on her father's shoulder in her school uniform.
The photo went viral on social media as many fans and social media users showered accolades on the Bhim Nation president.
According to them, Stonebwoy had proven that he is a good father by making time to take his daughter to school.
In another news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Shatta Bandle after he was seen dancing.
In the video, Shatta Bandle was seen with another diminutive person as they displayed the 'Shaku Shaku' dance.
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