Reggae and dancehall artiste Stonebwoy is currently trending on twitter in Ghana, after his song titled ‘Blessing’ ft Mic Mensa is breaking the record as the 1st Ghanaian artist to hit 1million views on YouTube within just 24hrs.
No one in the history of Ghana music has been able to pull this of in a day. His fans are saying he could be the 1st person to bring a Grammy award to Ghana but critics say his clicks are fake.
Critics on twitter are claiming Stonebwoy paid for his song to be promoted on the app because the views weren’t matching the number of likes he had.
The picture below is a screenshot I made with the time attached to it.
The picture is showing 1.5m views but only 12k likes, which might mean his viewers wasn’t organic since he got only 12k out of an entire 1.5m views.
Critics explained it that, if Yaw Tog’s video was able to generate 1m views in 3days with a matching 506k likes, then its organic compared to Stonebwoy’s 12k likes.
Read some of the tweets in these pictures.
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