- Stonebwoy has toured the production plant of Big Boss Energy drink on Wednesday, September 22
- Photos and a video from the tour have given fans a look in the factory for the first time
- The Putuu hitmaker bought the franchise for Big Boss in January 2020
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Dancehall music star, Stonebwoy, born Livingstone Etse Satekla, has given fans sneak peek into the factory of Big Boss energy drink.
Stonebwoy, on Wednesday, September 23, paid a visit to the production plant of Big Boss energy drink, a franchise he owns.
It will be recalled that Stonebwoy purchased the franchise to Bss energy drink in January 2020 after serving as the brand ambassador for some time.
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Per the agreement, Stonewoy was to won the franchise while the original owners and original producers, Bel Beverages Limited, continues with the production.
As the new owner, Stonebwoy visited the plant with some of his crew members a group of social media influencers.
Following the visit, the Putuu hitmaker has gone on social media to share some of the videos from the plant with his fans.
The videos shared on his Instagram stories show the factory to be an ultra-modern one which uses state-f-the-art technology in production.
After Stonebwoy's video's on Instagram, Big Boss' official account also shared photos from the visit with the caption: "The #BhimBoss @stonebwoyb paid a visit to the Big Boss factory today. #BossItUp."
The tour of Stonebwoy comes just after he gifted legendary music producer, Nana Akwasi Asa Mensah, popularly known as Agiecoat a brand new car.
The new car, a 2018 Toyota Corolla, was presented to Agiecoat at his residence on Saturday, September 19, 2020, by Stonebwoy, Ayisha Modi, and his BHIM Nation team.
Speaking before the presentation, Stonebwoy indicated that he decided to offer a kind gesture because of the efforts of Agiecoat and others like him who have laid the foundation for Ghana's current music industry.
Meanwhile, a one-time best friend and staunch supporter of Stonebwoy's music, Sadick Assah, has revealed the beginnings of the singer.
In a Facebook post that sought to 'tell it all', Sadick recounted the grass to grace story of the BHIM boss and revealed that he moved heaven and earth to help Stonebwiy get noticed.
According to Sadick, many people did not want to associate with Stonebwoy because of his then issue with his leg.
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