- Stonebwoy has incurred the wrath of Nigerians over some comments attributed to him
- It appears Nigerians are not happy with Stonebwoy for saying most of their artistes pass through Ghana before becoming well-known
- They have taken Stonebwoy to the cleaners for making that comment
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Nigerians have taken on Ghanaian award-winning Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy for saying most of their artistes pass through Ghana before blowing up.
During an Instagram live conversation with Tunde Balogun, a top Nigerian media personality, Stonebwoy said most Nigerian musicians pass through Ghana before becoming successful.
He added that there is no big Ghanaian artiste who had to pass through Nigeria to make it big.
“Nigerians have to always passed through Ghana, why? There’s a blessing here that you guys tap from and run with. No Ghanaian artiste who is big in Ghana had ever had to go to pass through Nigeria to qualify to blow in the country.”
Stonebwoy cited Mr Eazi as an example of such artistes to support his claim.
This comment got the attention of Nigerians and they are not happy with Stonebwoy.
Some Nigerians on social media quizzed why Ghanaian act have not tapped into that blessing Stonebwoy claims to flow in the country.
Others also said if it was not for the fact that that they were attending school in Ghana, they wouldn't have known any Ghanaian artiste.
Below are some of the comments:
@Olumide_babs: "Ever since he featured Sean Paul, this boy’s brain been operating in a reverse mode"
@Regions.rehab: "Nigeria artiste pass through Ghana to blow like really. It’s just like saying American Artistes pass through Nigeria to blow."
@Andyblayz: "He’s talking in the rubbish that don’t make sense"
@eggie5star: "It’s Only Mr Eazi! No one else"
@Blassicbaggie: "They need to carry this one go hospital ASAP"
@Cynthiabrightney: "Kupe boys and even the Ghanaian undertakers, who announced them to the world Nigeria wey be global 'blower' blowing international artiste since 19 kiridim"
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has stated that he never went to university up until 1993.
According to the outspoken politician, at that time, he did not see the need to attend university because he was making lots of money.
Kennedy Agyapong added that he changed his mind and went to the university in 1993 after the former flagbearer for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), told him in 1992 that he (Ken Agyapong) was going to a strong businessman.
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