Aside from the fact that Ghanaians love and groove to the musical tunes of their artists, the act of benevolence from these stars also speaks volumes to them. Stonebwoy, also known as 1GAD ahead of his BHIM Concert last night visited his root and it sparked some awe among Ghanaians.
You can be talentless musically, just be benevolent and ‘our people’ will dance to your tunes like it’s the melodious thing they’ve ever heard. I don’t mean it.
Beenie Man arrived in Ghana on December 20. As a custom, he roamed with Stonebwoy from media to media to promote the event.
It couldn’t have been nicer without visiting the neighbourhood that gave rise to the star. IGAD took Beenieman, who now calls the former his son to Ashaiman where he was born and bred. They walked on the street freely in the mob.
The Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall intermittently stopped to offer handshakes and casual greetings with some people. It seemed like he has an interesting history with these very ones.
However, amidst all the chants and hails by the mob, he did the needful. In fact, no kings travel to their homeland with empty hands. He knew the tradition. On the low key, 1GAD was passing currency notes to bystanders in a way that no one could see openly. He knew the camera was on him and yet tried to discrete that from the capturing.
Those that saw it in the Kobby Kyei video praised him. According to them, that’s the way to go. Thus, he is unlike the artists that give openly for the world to see. He earned their respect all the more.
This is beautiful 😊😊🇬🇭🇬🇭❤️@stonebwoy visits Ashiaman Market with @KingBeenieMan 😊😊🇬🇭🇬🇭#Blogger #BhimConcert21
Don’t Miss this Concert!!! pic.twitter.com/iO6G49htFG
— #GenerationalThinker #Blogger (@KobbyKyei_) December 20, 2021
Some of the reactions are;
“The way Stonebwoy start dey share the money low-key dey be me roff.”
“Chale ein then the market woman demma link up be top tier ”
“He dey give dem the money low key herrr stone”
“He no go throw the cash so say them go hurt demma body chale this nigga ein mind Dey Canada herh nyansa ni paaa ”