- Stonebwoy has opened his official BHIM store in Ashaiman
- He has outdoored photos of BHIM shirts, slippers, and others
- The musician had earlier warned street vendors to stop selling any BHIM products because he won’t allow them to “eat from his sweat”
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Ghanaian Dancehall musician Stonebwoy has finally opened his BHIM store in Ashaiman as he announced earlier.
From the photos seen by YEN.com.gh, the products – shirt, slippers, and Lacoste, all have Stonebwoy’s signatures appended on them.
It is obvious that that is how Stonebwoy wants to distinguish between his original BHIM products and the quack ones sold by the street vendors.
The musician had earlier sent a stern warning to the street vendors to desist from selling products made with “BHIM”.
Stonebwoy said he would not allow others eat from his sweat, and that he would be opening a BHIM shop himself, as YEN.com.gh earlier reported.
His position surprised many and came in a sharp contrast to what Shatta Wale did with his Reign symbol.
Shatta Wale encouraged all interested person to make products with the Reign symbol and sell, adding that that was one way he could help his fans, and Ghanaian vendors in general, to make a living.
However, Stonewboy believed he should take this up himself.
YEN.com.gh also saw the prices of the products - a pair of BHIM slippers cost GHC150 cedis, while the Lacoste is also pegged at GHC150, and the T-shirt for GHC100.
Stonebwoy has also trended in the news for his “40-years” comments.
He said Ghana will find it hard to get a replacement for him, Shatta Wale, and Sarkodie in the next 40 years.
The musician has been greatly criticised for this.
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