A recent post on the social media platform Twitter shows most of Stonebwoy’s music streams on YouTube are from India.
The Reggae/Dancehall Artiste released a song three days ago which featured Vic Mensa, an American rapper. The song Blessing has had over 1.6 million streams in just three days.
The recent post shows that Indians top Stonebwoy’s streaming chat list with over 950k, followed by Ghanaians with 245k, Americans with 112k, and many more. His main competitors in the music industry, Sarkodie and ShattaWale have top viewers from Ghana and the United States respectively. ShattaWale’s top 3 streaming countries are the United States, Ghana, and Brazil. While Sarkodie’s top 3 streaming countries are Ghana, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
Ghanaians took to Twitter to make fun of the “putuu” hitmaker because most of his viewers are from India and not in his homeland, Ghana. Some even accused him of buying views on YouTube.
One funny name Ghanaians gave him on Twitter is “Bahubabhim”. This name originated from an Indian movie, Bahubali.
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