Stonebwoy After Experiencing Yesterday’s Earth Tremor, Comes Out With A Hilarious Reaction

Afrodancehall act Stonebwoy, and president of the BHIM Nation, has come out with a hilarious reaction after experiencing yesterday’s earth tremor.

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The earth tremor which happened yesterday, got most celebrities coming out of their shells to pass comments and react to the incident.

Stonebwoy, also known as 1Gad also came out of his hiding place to pass a comment about the terrifying experience Ghanaians in the Greater Accra had.

The ‘nominate’ hit maker took to his twitter handle to pass a funny comment and give a hilarious reaction by tweeting, “That first Hit Herrrrrrh!”.

Most of the fans that commented under the tweet laughed before saying what the had planned to say just because of how funny the tweet sounded to many.

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