- Stonebwoy has called for the legalisation of marijuana
- He said that is not harmful compared with cigarette
- The musician also said Ghana will reap many health and financial benefits from the legalization
- Stonebwoy was also tight-lipped on whether he smokes or not, saying it is his private life
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Top Ghanaian Dancehall musician Stonebwoy has joined in the call for the legalisation of weed, also known as marijuana.
The musician said weed is harmless as compared with cigarette.
He added that the country also stands to reap many benefits from the legalisation if it will be considered.
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This is contained in a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com.
He joins the likes of Yvonne Nelson and Samini, who have also said legalising weed is beneficial, especially, for health purposes.
“God has blessed Ghana with arable lands and resources to grow marijuana in large quantities. It will be good to have it legalised so as to reap the full benefits,” Stonebwoy reportedly said.
Asked if he smokes weed himself, Stonebwoy said he was not in the position to confirm or deny that, stressing that it is completely his private affair.
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The musician has been in the news recently when a video of his plush hall decorated with love popped up on the internet.
That was the first time Stonebwoy flaunted his home and many people were delighted at seeing the room.
His daughter Jidula also trended in the news when she went swimming.
The little girl of just three years proves that she is bold as other children of her age would cry at merely seeing the vast pool.
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