Award-winning Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy Burniton says morals go a long way to determine how far a person achieves his or her goals in life.
The young artiste, born Livingston Etse Satekla, a proud BET Award winner, has shocked many in the music industry with his rise to fame.
Speaking exclusively to TV3’s Mark Tetteh, Stonebwoy stated that advising people on their personal and individual behaviour is one he wouldn’t personally do but believes lives are based on morals.
“We all know that we all come from parents and we all come from our homes and like they say, charity begins at home.
“A lot of things that I’ve learnt and I go by are because of the upbringing that I got and how I grew up. So to advise somebody’s personal or individual behavior will be way out of my reach.
“I believe we all know good and bad morals and when one exhibits good morals we know that it goes a long way to become good news for the parents and their family. So it’s just good to be good and bad to be bad.
“No matter how big you are you can’t be bigger than God.”
By Nana Afrane Asante|3news.com|Ghana