Stonebwoy and Davido visit Aburi in a convoy of luxury cars (video)

Stonebwoy and Davido visit Aburi in a convoy of luxury cars (video)

- Stonebwoy and Davido have been spotted riding in a long convoy in town

- In videos from their ride, an excited Davido is heard shouting Bhim Bhim

- The two visited the Aburi mountains with members of their respective crews

- Stonebwoy and Davido climbed the mountains to shoot a video for a song they just recorded

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Dancehall superstar Stonebwoy and Nigerian music star Davido have paid a visit to the Aburi mountains on Monday, October 5, 2020.

Videos have been circulating on social media showing the two musicians and their crew members on their journey to Aburi.

Stonebwoy and Davido visit Aburi in a convoy of luxury cars (video)
Photo source: Instagram/Stonebwoy
Source: Instagram

In one of the videos sighted by, Stonebwoy and Davido are seen seated in the same car in traffic.

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While sitting in the car, Davido is heard shouting 'Bhim Bhim' reverence to Stonebwoy and his Bhim Nation.

In another video, Stonebwoy and Davido's car they were riding in is seen as part of a long convoy of expensive vehicles riding through a town on the mountains.

From what has gathered, the two music stars have travelled to the mountains for a video shoot.

Davido arrived in Ghana over the weekend and hit the studio straightaway with Stonebwoy after which he went to social media to announce that they had made magic.

It is the video for this song which they are said to be shooting on top of the Aburi mountains.

Meanwhile, Davido who is known privately as David Adedeji Adeleke caused a stir on social media after one of his crew members was denied entry into Bloombar.

In a video sighted by, the singer was seen shouting on top of his voice in anger over the reported issue.

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The reports have it that even though Davido was allowed entry into the popular Ghanaian establishment, one person in his entourage was denied.

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