Stonebwoy’s Reaction to Kudus Debut Premier League Goal goes viral

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Stonebwoy's Reaction to Kudus Debut Premier League Goal goes viral

Ghanaian Reggae Dancehall artist Stonebwoy brought extra excitement to his London trip as he cheered on Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus during West Ham’s thrilling match against Newcastle United.

Stonebwoy, showing his strong bond with Kudus, visited the iconic London Stadium to support his compatriot in the Premier League action.

The match, which took place on Sunday, October 8, 2023, was a nail-biting encounter that had fans on the edge of their seats.

In a heartwarming video shared by the club, Stonebwoy’s enthusiastic presence at the stadium was captured. Kudus, just 23 years old, made a significant impact as a substitute, scoring a crucial equalizer in the 89th minute, leveling the game at 2-2 and securing a crucial point for the Hammers.

Stonebwoy, watching from the stands, couldn’t contain his excitement and repeatedly shouted, “That’s my boy!” celebrating Kudus’ equalizing goal.

Despite joining West Ham from Ajax only a few months ago, Kudus has already become a favorite among the fans in London.

His exceptional performances in the Premier League, as well as in various cup matches and the UEFA Europa League, have earned him admiration and calls for his regular inclusion in the starting line-up.

Kudus has openly expressed his love for Stonebwoy’s music and even shared his top five favorite songs by the artist. He particularly adores Stonebwoy’s track “Life is a Journey,” mentioning that he could listen to it forever.

Stonebwoy’s presence at the match not only highlights the close connection between the musician and the football star but also showcases the unity and support of the Ghanaian community in London. They are rallying behind their compatriot, celebrating his remarkable journey in English football.

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The magical moment of Kudus’ goal, coupled with Stonebwoy’s passionate support, created an unforgettable atmosphere at the London Stadium. The cheers and celebrations echoed the unity and pride of the Ghanaian community, emphasizing the power of sports and music in bringing people together.

In the midst of the excitement, it’s evident that the bond between Stonebwoy, Kudus, and the Ghanaian community in London is not just about football and music—it’s a celebration of shared dreams, passion, and the joy of seeing one of their own making a mark on the international stage. Stonebwoy’s visit served as a reminder of the strength that comes from supporting each other, no matter where in the world they may be.

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