Ghanaian Afropop/dancehall musician, Livingstone Etse Satekla, well known as Stonebwoy has subtly shaded Kwame A-Plus for rubbishing his newest single dubbed “Greedy Men”.
Kwame A-Plus during the United Showbiz aired on UTV hosted by Empress Nana Ama Mcbrown stated that Stonebwoy should have recorded a love song instead of recording a song against illegal miners in the country.
According to Kwame A-Plus, the move to eradicate illegal miners from the country was initiated long ago but leaders in the country and some mining communities continue to remain adamant, selling lands to foreigners to engage in illegal mining and other illegal activities.
As a reminder, Stonebwoy’s latest masterpiece “Greedy Men” yells about Ghanaians’ concerns about oil leakage, illegal mining, deforestation, and other issues.
Well, in what looks like a response to Kwame A-Plus’ submissions, Stonebwoy stated that he is still winning at his game irrespective of how he is being painted black to the public. He claims that his blessings is not based on how he is being painted to the public but should he pay attention to his rants, he will end up tarnishing his reputation.
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In other news, A-Plus has stated that the new IGP’s intention is to enforce the laws of the land, thus there is no need to be scared of him when he is going about his duties.
Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has been praised by many in Ghana after being appointed by President Nana Akufo Addo for keeping sanity and upholding the law regardless of the rank of the criminals.
Following their trespasses against the rules of the land, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, Shatta Wale, Funny Face, and Medikal have all tasted Dampare’s venom. Despite his links with the ruling NPP, Rev. Owusu Bempah was sentenced to prison and prosecuted for endangering the life of another citizen.