Ghanaian Reggae dancehall musician, Stonebwoy has made a useless useless song; Kwame A-plus made this comment when he was having a TV show with Nana Ama McBrown at United Television on 6th November 2021.
Reggae dancehall musical made this song called “Greedy men” to fight against illegal mining(galamsy) in Ghana and how it has caused the system of the nation.
According to A-Plus, Ghana illegal mining(galamsy) is not going to end today and tomorrow because Ghana illegal mining is controlled by politicians and chiefs
He continued that love song from Stonebwoy will be useful than this Greedy men song.
A-Plus continue to an extent of mentioning Otumfu Osei Tutu's name that he is the great King who needs to enforce laws at those places but he is the one breaking the rules of the state.
I meet Stonebwoy the last time at Spintex, but he did not tell me he is about to release a new song about illegal mining(galamsy), I would have stopped him.
Famous commentator A-Plus advice Stonebwoy to stop recording songs about illegal miming and he should continue with better lyrics.
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