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Ghanaian Afropop singer, Stonebwoy during a live at home performance for Billboard spoke out against racism.

Te Billboard At-Home Live concert aimed at raising money for My Friend’s Place, which supports the homeless youth with Stonebwoy being the only artiste from Ghana selected to perform.

Stonebwoy started his performance with the song “Black People”. A song that highlights the need to appreciate black people.

This comes in the wake of protests in America by Black people after an unarmed black man, George Floyd was murdered in Minnesota last week by four white police officers,

Stonebwoy took the time to honor the protests against racism that have sprung up throughout America’s major cities in Floyd’s memory.

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“The world’s in serious times right now, we see what’s going with the world from coronavirus straight to the brutality and all these things that is happening,” he said. “We stand against racism in any case.”

The 32-year-old singer wailed over the reggae beat for “Black People,” “I’m losing myself/ As a Black man inna this world/ I’m losing my identity/ Inna the society/ I’m losing myself.”

Source: www.Ghgossip.com

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