Stonebwoy receives trolls for his yet to be released song.
You might have seen a lot of videos circulating online about Stonebwoy mumbling some unfamiliar words on a beat.
Some have even gone as far as writing the lyrics down.
Yes,it is that same video that has got Nigerians talking.
Some producers have come forward to say that it is not an actual song but rather something every other artiste does before fusing the lyrics into the beat.
Thi news cannot be doubted or denied as the Stonebwoy we know is a proven lyrical genius, checking from his collections for example you will find very lyrical songs like Run go,Black people,Shell dem among others.
Below are some of the reactions, I bet if it doesn't leave you in stitches,it will leave you in itches
Stonebwoy on the other hand seemed unperturbed by the trolls as he left a comment and replied to some other comments as well.
Stonebwoy has stated he will be dropping the full song soon and we can only wait
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