Everyone by now knows that Stonebwoy has launched his new Album Epistles of Mama (EOM).
A lot of websites and blogs have discussed the new album extensively on their various platforms.
BBCAfrica also decided to own a portion of the conversation about the album.
Now it is very fine if they want to do that, what we won’t take is a case of mistaken identity.
— BBC Africa (@BBCAfrica) December 13, 2017
This gentleman does not look like Stonebwoy in any way at all.
Take a very good look at Stonebwoy and go back and take a look at the guy in the picture.
How does he even look like our Stonebwoy?????
Obviously, Ghanaians could not keep calm over this……………………..
— #Descultul (@wanlov) December 13, 2017
— Maame Serwaa (@abyna_serwaa) December 13, 2017
Get ur Image right pic.twitter.com/LLN1U4G8v5
— #EOM121217🔮 (@VarmpeeD) December 13, 2017
Please unless the article is about someone else, that’s not stonebwoyb
— Kofi Skid (@Skid_kofi) December 13, 2017
Like seriously, @BBCAfrica can’t even get a well recognized photo of @stonebwoyb ! @BBCAfrica must redeem their image! This is just a poor research! @jeezy_empire @OJSarpong @citifmonline @CitiShowbiz @PulseGhana @ameyaw112 @hughes_3fm @3fm927 @BBCWorld @Pepjunia @ajsarpong
— JOHN-TERRY TRESH (@JohnTerryTresh) December 14, 2017
BBC Africa on a scale of 0 to snoop dog how high are you?
— Cavaliers 👑🔥 (@BallerSalim) December 14, 2017
— Lutterodt (@Sky_Magma) December 13, 2017
And even after 18 good hours, they still haven’t taken the tweet down.