Yes!!!!!! Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy is out there being a hero without a cape!
The 6 time 2018 VGMA nominated artiste is helping patients who are on admission at the Accident Centre Wards at the Korle Bu Teaching hospital.
The musician decided to make donations and pay the outstanding bills of some of the patients at the hospital to mark his 30th birthday.
He turned the big 30 last Monday on 5th March.
Stonebwoy carried out this amazing endeavour through his LIVINGSTONE Foundation, the charity arm of the musician’s brand.
Despite the fact that his wife, Louisa Ansong, is a doctor, she had little to do with Stonebwoy’s choice of showing an act of kindness towards the patients at the hospital.
“I decided to remember and spend this day with those who found themselves where I found myself 15years ago as a result of a car accident. Big thanks to the authorities of the hospital and all who made this possible..,” he said in an Instagram post.
“By the mercies and blessings of God let’s all endeavour to in the smallest of ways impact our surroundings when it touches our hearts to. Remember there’s nothing too small to give…,” he said in an attempt to recruit more heroes without capes.
The LIVINGSTONE Foundation Paid Visit To The Accident Centre Wards Of The KORLE-BU Teaching Hospital To Make Some Donations And Pay Outstanding Bills Of Some Patients On the Ward On the occasion of My Birthday. I decided to remember and spend this day with those who found themselves where I found myself 15years ago as a result of A Car Accident.. Big Thanks To The authorities Of The Hospital And All Who Made This Possible.. By The Mercies And Blessings Of Gods Lets All endeavor to in the smallest of Ways impact Our Surroundings When it touches our hearts To. Remember There’s Nothing Too Small To Give.. No Man is And Island!! Follow @tlf_ghana for updates on upcoming charity works.
Stonebwoy did not disclose how much he spent to make the donation to the hospital and pay the bills of some of the patients.
The musician, who now moonlights as a philanthropist has been nominated for Artist of the year, the album of the year, songwriter, Afropop artiste, reggae dancehall artist and song of the year at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.