Livingstone Etse Satekla, also known as Stonebwoy, a multiple award-winning dancehall musician, has been mocked on social media after the well-known fashion brand, Tommy Hilfiger, announced the Nigerian Icon, Wizkid, as their new brand ambassador.
This comes after Stonebwoy was reported to have met with the brand's CEO and began wearing the brand in the hopes of securing a deal with the brand, but he was passed over for another artiste.
The brand made public the list of their new brand ambassadors, but it appears that the dancehall maestro was missing, as Wizkid, who had never worn the brand before the deal, bagged a deal with the brand.
As a result of this, blogger David Mawuli has taken to Facebook to slam Stonebwoy, who was marketing the brand but never got signed. Stonebwoy, he claims, was wearing the brand and making a scene with it, but he was passed over.
Wizkid is now a Tommy Hilfiger brand ambassador, he wrote. Before the transaction, he did not wear that brand. Allow me to arrive and depart before my Ashaiman people charge.
Other social media users took to the comments section to troll Stonebwoy and David Mawuli, who started the troll.
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