- Riddim Boss has taken Stonebwoy and his praise-singers to the cleaners over the latter's new song
- According to the music producer, Stonebwoy's Putuu song was not a song that deserved airplay
- Stonebwoy took over the airwaves with his new song which has gone viral
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Award-winning music producer, Riddim Boss, has taken a dig at award-winning dancehall star, Stonebwoy, following his viral Putuu song which is gaining a lot of attention.
Riddim Boss took to his Facebook page to bash Stonebwoy known in real life as Livingstone Etse Satekla, for producing what he termed as "trash" in the form of the Putuu song.
The experienced music producer who specializes in raggae music, also dragged entertainment critics and pundits who saw nothing wrong with the song.
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Riddim Boss called all those who sang the praise of Stonebwoy for producing Putuu as hypocrites for abandoning facts and the truth.
Riddim Boss' Facebook post on the matter read: "These Radio entertainment pundits r hypocrites.. See How they r Praising Stonebwoy for his Putuu P3tw33 trash"
While some fans of Riddim Boss totally agreed with his assertion, others who obviously thought Putuu was the latest jam in the country disagreed with the producer.
Kwame Ghana Adomako wrote: "Hmmm eye asem oo Ghana"
Mchael Osei-Dj P commented: "Patapaa y33y3 omo s3 onni talent... Ghanaians favor you when you are rich or made it to the top... bomboclat."
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However, naysayers like Jay Miles commented: "See dem, jealousy with no level"
Ser Davos Nafario also wrote: "HATRED GO KILL U POOR MAN"
Stonebwoy’s Putuu song has gained a lot of media attention and has become a new craze on social media.
Many videos have been made with fans mimicking the lyrics of the song while adding their own gestures to their skits.
All of this has made the song gain massive popularity and it was recently revealed that it was streamed over 200,000 times on Audiomack.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that award-winning Kumawood actor and musician, Kwadwo Nkansah, known widely as Lil Win, has indicated that his beef with Funny Face is far from over.
While speaking in an interview with Zionfelix and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Lil Win said he was still holding a grudge against Funny Face following their fracas on live TV.
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"The beef is still the beef,” Lil Win told Zionfelix and went on to give an explanation to his unwavering stance.
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