The Ghanaian entertainment industry has produced lots of fine talents who have done their best to keep the fire burning no matter the circumstances.
In recent times, we hear either one celebrity or the other topping charts and making trends on social media.
The most recent trendsetter on the Twitter platform is Stonebwoy.
He is number one on the trend list after netizens took it upon themselves to compare his achievements to Sarkodie and Stonebwoy.
In one of the post shared by an account holder, he made it clear, Stonebwoy was the first Ghanaian musician to hit 1 million views in a day. Well, I have no idea if the account holder has any proof to back his claim.
Another netizen said Stonebwoy's hits combined with that of Sarkodie can never match the songs released by Shatta Wale. That's to say Shatta Wale's hits can never be compared to the aforementioned musicians.
In a different post identified by AramKay, one Twitter account user identified by the name 'StevenDrake', provided a tall list of hit songs released by Stonebwoy and a couple of Ghanaian music stars. Afterwards, he added an interrogative caption by asking which of the listed songs really made waves in Ghana.
A different social media influencer indicated Stonebwoy is a better dancehall artist than Shatta Wale. One person also expressed his opinion by saying the fact that Stonebwoy is not recording excellent dancehall songs doesn't mean he has less hit songs than Sarkodie.
Looking at the comments passed by netizens, what do you think may be the intention behind this sudden comparisons?
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