Stonebwoy: Jahjah And CJ Try To Style Their Dad In Hilarious Video; Speak In Thick Foreign Accent

Stonebwoy: Jahjah And CJ Try To Style Their Dad In Hilarious Video; Speak In Thick Foreign Accent

  • In a video that surfaced on social media, Stonbwoy relaxed in his seat as his two adorable kids, Jahjah and CJ, tried to style him
  • The adorable little kids tried to fit a cap on their dad's head and struggled to make it look perfect, debating whether the outfit looked good on him
  • The two little kids spoke in a heavy foreign accent as they analyzed their father's outfit and put a big smile on his face

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Ghanaian dancehall star, Stonebwoy has two of the most adorable kids one could ever meet. Jahjah and his little sister CJ are mostly seen with their mother, Dr. Louisa. They spent time with their father for a change in a video that popped up on social media.

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Stonebwoy and his kids Source: one_stop_blog
Source: Instagram

In the adorable footage, the two lovely kids tried to style their dad as they made efforts to fit a cap on his head. Jahjah and CJ struggled to fit the cap on Stronbwoy's head and put it only halfway. Stone's rasta hairdo made the task daunting for the two children.

They debated whether they had done a good job or not. Jahjah felt the cap looked good on Stonebwoy despite it being only halfway. CJ, his older sister, disagreed and said it did not look good.

The eloquent little girl gave his brother reasons she felt the cap did not look good on their father, stating that it did not perfectly fit his head. The two little kid's heavy foreign accent was one of the major highlights of the video as they spoke like they were raised in the States.

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Stonebwoy looked proud as he watched his eloquent children debate among themselves and smiled broadly.

Celebrity Kids Have Foreign Accent Because Of Their Education

Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Yaw Dasebre, a teacher and an education expert, highlighted why many rich kids tend to have thick foreign accents. According to him, their education plays a big role in this.

He argued that having a foreign accent was not necessarily a bad thing or an indication of losing their culture. He said:

I wouldn't consider it bad in my opinion, their parents have the means to give them that kind of education. And I think the kind of environment they find themselves in and the people they interact with affects how they talk and behave. It however becomes problematic when they throw away their culture. When people lose their culture, they lose their identity.

Foreign Accents Do Not Equal Intelligence

According to Dasebre, many Ghanaians tend to tie foreign accents to intelligence, and he noted that speaking a foreign accent does not mean an individual is intelligent. He stated:

I don't think accents translate to intellect. It's just a style of talking. It does not correlate with intelligence. I've met very smart people who struggle to speak coherent English. Some pick the accent naturally because of the exposure. Others too force themselves to speak that way ( which I think doesn't make any sense).

Stonebwoy Embarks on Media Tour In Kenya; Records Music with Top Kenyan Artists

In other stories, after a show-stopping performance at the GUBA Awards in Rwanda, Stonebwoy made his way to Kenya.

The dancehall musician visited top Kenyan media houses and hung out with some of Kenya's biggest music stars.

His time with artists such as Sauti Sol and Khaligraph Jones got fans excited at the thought of a possible collaboration.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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