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“Knowledge Without Wisdom Is Like Water Without Sand”-Ayisha Modi Says After Jim Iyke Said Stonebwoy Speaks ‘Wisdom’

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Staunch fan of the dancehall icon, Stonebwoy, Ayisha Modi has eulogized the artiste in her recent post on Instagram following a statement made by Nollywood’s Jim Iyke.

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Jim Iyke earlier trended in the news after he endorsed Stonebwoy as the most brilliant Ghanaian artiste he has ever listened to. He made this revelation during an interview with KSM on the KSM show.

Jim Iyke revealed that he mostly listens to Sarkodie and Shatta Wale but Stonebwoy happens to be his favorite because his lyrics mostly contains wisdom.

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In reaction to that, Ayisha Modi has showered some praises on Stonebwoy following Jim Iyke’s endorsement.

Taking to her IG wallm, she wrote; Knowledge speaks, but Wisdom listen 👂. Knowledge without wisdom is like water 💦 in the sand. Knowledge opens the door 🚪 to opportunity, Achievement, Success and wealth. The world 🌍 knows who you are so the world shall speak 🗣 for u. The name still remains the same #Theonlypresident with overload Wisdom and knowledge. #Bhimnationtotheworld

See the post below:

In other news, Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Jupitar has revealed that the SM Boss, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., well known as Shatta Wale is more popular that the Bhim Nation President, Stonebwoy.

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Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy are the two major frontrunners in the dancehall fraternity in Ghana. Both acts happens to top the list despite the emergence of other dancehall acts in the system.

Speaking in a recent interview on Okay FM with Abeiku Santana on the Ekwansodwodwo, Jupitar revealed that there is absolutely no doubt that Shatta Wale is more popular in Jamaica than most dancehall acts in Ghana.

Source: Ghgossip.com



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