- A lady with a mental illness has also joined the trending Putuu dance challenge
- The dance caught the attention of many, including Stonebwoy himself who shared it on his verified Twitter handle
- The lady was recorded dancing in the street with so much energy that a gentleman couldn't resist the temptation to join her
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Stonebwoy's Putuu song has hit the soul of a mentally disabled lady who was captured in a video giving serious dance moves to the song.
The video was shared on Twitter by the Ghanaian Afropop, dancehall, and reggae singer himself, Stonebwoy, which was sighted by YEN.com.gh on his verified handle.
Although she was not mentally stable, the lady's dance moves were so coordinated that a gentleman joined her and it appeared as though it was a choreography.
Watch the video below:
Since Putuu by Stonebwoy hit social media it has been trending wildly and got many Ghanaians joining the trend of recording dance videos using the song.
Just recently, a video surfaced on social media showing Stonebwoy's daughter singing the lyrics of the song quite brilliantly.
Interestingly, a huge chunk of the words in the Putuu song is just gibberish except for a part that says, "pray, pray, pray and it shall get better".
In another report, a young senior high school girl dancing to Stonebwoy's trending Putuu song with all her energy went a bit too far and she ended up on the floor in hilarious footage.
The rib-cracking video that gathered numerous reactions was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of TV3 Ghana.
The young girl is in the classroom when the song starts playing in the background and she decides to join the social media trend with a dance video before things fall apart.
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