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Stonebwoy’s daughter Stonegirl performs Rihanna “Man down” and killed it

Ghanaian talented Bhim Nation little Queen, Oreilla a.k.a StoneGal took to the TV3 Talented Kidz reality show stage and murdered the renowned American songer Rihanna’s song titled “Man Down”.

Orreilla is called Stonebwoy’s daughter due to her love for Stonebwoy and BHIM Nation and the way she is able to sing Stonebwoy’ s from A-Z.

Watch the video below and feel the vibes, Rihanna must see this:


Source: ZackGh.com

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Zack Agon popularly known as The Hatman, is a song writer, blogger, teacher and a business man. Zack is the CEO of Wordswar Technology & Investment, and the owner of Ghanalegendary.com and has passion for blogging just about every interesting topic. Get in touch the number one Ghanaian promoter on +233244047835 or +233246187160


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