- Stonebwoy is not happy with street hawkers who are selling BHIM products
- The products include caps, clothes, slippers, and others
- The musician said those doing so must stop because they can’t 'eat' from his sweat
- He revealed opening an original BHIM store at Ashaiman in December 2019
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Musician Stonebwoy and president of BHIM Nation is not happy with street vendors and hawkers who are enriching themselves by selling BHIM products.
These hawkers try to make ends meet when they put their creativity in action to produce BHIM-themed caps, bags, scarfs, others, but Stonebwoy says he would have none of that.
In a post he shared on Instagram and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy says he can’t sit and allow others to make money from his sweat.
He termed those products as fake, and said he himself would be opening a BHIM store in Ashaiman in December 2019.
Stonebwoy wrote: “The BHIM store opens in Ashaiman in Dec….19, People eating from our sweat. All set @buyBHIM.”
While it looks legitimate that Stonebwoy wants to take over the sale of his own products, it also means his die-hard fans who are involved in the sale of the products may go hungry.
Meanwhile, controversial musician Shatta Wale, on the other hand, has given the go-ahead to his fans to make products with his Reign symbol and sell.
Shatta Wale said that is a way he can help create jobs for the many youths who have nothing to do to support them.
Many people hailed Shatta Wale for his encouraging stance and said they love him very much.
He has also been often touted as the most generous musician among all Ghanaian musicians.
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