Stonebwoy on the Dzorwulu shooting: “Our smart phones have sucked out common sense.”

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Following the tragic shooting and fire event that took place in Dzorwulu on Monday, October 24, 2022, dancehall musician Stonebwoy has spoken his opinion

Dancehall musician, Stonebwoy

An anonymous driver of a V8 truck was allegedly shot by unidentified intruders earlier in a viral video while his automobile was on fire.

The incident is said to have been the result of a land dispute, despite the fact that the exact cause is unknown.

It’s interesting to note that a witness was seen at the site running a commentary in a 33-second video.

The aforementioned pundit was overheard pleading for assistance for the victim and stating that he was still alive.

However, in response to this incident, which has now attracted public attention, Stonebwoy seems irritated that more individuals were interested in documenting the incident than actually helping the victim.

“I watched a video of a man in Dzorwulu who was bleeding out on the ground. He was being filmed while yelling, “He’s not dead, ooo,” when his V8 struck all of these in a residential area. While other onlookers recorded till the automobile caught fire. This man began saying, “Fire is needed!” Ghana’s fire department oo. Please send the fire department, and so forth. I’m really disappointed in some of us, really. Our common sense has been sucked out by our smartphones, he claimed on social media.

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