Stonebwoy has gone berserk on Ghanaian journalists and bloggers for trying to tarnish his hard won reputation in a social media rant that’s fast spreading on the internet.
It all started when reports hit the tabloids and various online portals that the Dancehall superstar has removed Sean Paul from his Epistle of Mama (EOM) album on iTunes and also changed the release date.
Sean Paul, the iconic Reggae/Dancehall superstar was featured on the banger, Most Original, the video of which was dropped on MTV Base recently.
It somewhat surprised many people that Stonebwoy could omit an influential person like Sean from his final album lineup after ‘reaping’ from him.
However, Stonebwoy blatantly denied the story, calling Ghanaians to stop painting their stars ‘black’ in the eyes of the international world.
Someone just sent me this from abroad. U can Imagine How We Are Perceived Out deh Globally.Everyday “SENSELESS” Headlines.Empty Content. WHY? We Won’t Get anywhere with this. Bloggers/Writers aren’t We Too Blessed And Smart To Be Acting Dumb. WhenTheWiseKeepMuteFoolsMultiply