Bridget Otoo drags Stonebwoy for endorsing NFT company after Menzgold saga


Media personality, Bridget Otoo on Monday, April 18, called out Dancehall singer, Stonebwoy after he shared details of his latest ‘brand endorsement’ deal on his Twitter page.

Stonebwoy advertised a yet to be launched crypto-investment company, SidiCoinNFT and his post has attracted backlash, especially, from persons who are yet to recover from the Menzgold saga.

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Bridget Otoo
Bridget Otoo and Stonebwoy

“Every Hardworking Person Deserves To Make Money, The Future is NOW! Times Are Changing Anticipate the #SidiCoinNFT @sidicoin Join The #SidicoinClub Will Tell You More Later. #NFTsCommunity,” Stonebwoy tweeted.


Bridget Otoo reacting to the move by the respected and award-winning singer raised several questions about the credibility of the company.

“You are part of the ambassadors of menzgold who championed and lead customers to lose money. Some have died as a results of the Menzgold scam. Do you think it is fair to introduce them to another “money making venture” ? Do you really care about them?” she quizzed.

In a separate post, she acknowledged that times are hard, a reason some celebrities might be pushed into signing deals but pleaded with them to do so with due diligence to avoid the loss of money and lives of customers when things don’t go as expected.

Her post read: “Dear Ghanaian Musicians and movie stars, I know things are tough, I know, people are going through it on the streets but please learn to reject some endorsements. It may be good for your pocket but please it may end up harming your followers and fans E.g. Menzgold.”

Her sentiments have attracted the wrath of fans of the Dancehall musician but according to Bridget, she is also a die-hard fan of the singer despite her criticisms.

It would be recalled that some Ghanaian celebrities including Okyeame Kwame, Jackie Appiah, Stonebwoy, Joselyn Dumas, Kumi Guitar, and Becca, endorsed the gold dealership company, Menzgold, owned by embattled businessman, Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM1 before its shut down in September 2018 by the Ghana Securities and Exchange Commission.

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