- Stonebwoy's Number 1 fan, She Loves Stonebwoy, has given fans of the singer a look into his new mansion
- In an almost hour-long video, she put the insides of Stonebwoy's plush home on display
- She also showed off the powerful sports cars that the dancehall star drives
Ayisha Modi, known on social media as She Love Stonebwoy, has displayed Stonebwoy's massive wealth by putting his expensive cars and a huge mansion on display.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Ayisha Modi displayed all of Stonebwoy’s cars in his plush mansion which has been christened the BHIM Residence.
The video showed a lot of customised cars parked in the forecourt of the house with some having customized number plates.
Ayisha Modi went around the house to show how huge it was and also captured the customized swimming pool in the house.
She went on to have a chat with the people in the house including Stonebwoy’s younger brother and some people who were standing around the plush edifice.
Ayisha Modi indicated that Stonebwoy was so rich but he refused to flaunt his wealth on social media as others will do.
She Loves Stonebwoy added that Dr. Louisa Satekla was also not a show-off so it was hard for her to flaunt their riches on social media.
It appeared Stonebwoy was filming something around the pool area as Ayisha zoomed in to see show what was happening.
Not long after Ayisha took BHIM fans on a tour of the house, Stonebwoy came out and was goofing around as he sat on the bonnet of one of his plush rides.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghana Twitter is going off the charts with an ongoing trend which has it that some top stars in the country had fallen for an award scheme scam over the weekend.
The reports going viral is that a young man parading himself as a representative of the United Nations (UN) has presented some awards to top Ghanaian personalities.
Checks made by some internet users have indicated that the award scheme is not credible and that the Ghanaian claiming to be coming from the UN and representing the international body was actually a fraud.
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