Stonebwoy, the popular dancehall act, has stated that his song “greedy men” is not intended to promote any political goal, but rather to raise awareness about the galamsey scourge.

Stonebwoy claims that his song focuses only on the daily struggles that people endure as a result of environmental deterioration.

Stonebwoy has received a lot of backlash since the release of his new tune, which talks about terrible leadership, galamsey, corruption, and child labor, among other things.

Kwame A-Plus, a social critic, previously stated that in this period, making a love song would have been more useful than making an anti-galamsey song.

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However, in response to his detractors, the BHIM Nation CEO stated:

“My song about selfish men is supposed to make you think.” It’s about some of Ghana’s difficulties. The title was inspired by the fact that both men and women are meant to help limit these things, but there are those in positions of power who know but refuse to do so. Greedy males are the folks I’m referring to. There should be no political dangers of any kind. This is a song about activism. When you listen to the song’s words, you’ll notice that I’m not battling anyone who is trying to acquire their daily bread. He added, “I’m merely advocating for the people.”

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