Sista Afia (right) and Freda Rhymes
Ghanaian comedian, singer and politician, Kwame A-Plus, says singer Sista Afia deserves some applause for waking both Eno and Freda from their sleep.
According to A-Plus, Eno Barony and Freda Rhymes are crazy rappers with serious talents but were sleeping on it but it took the intervention of Sista Afia to provoke them to come out to show what they got under their sleeves.
On his Instagram page, he revealed that it’s high time the women take over the rap music from the men, adding that most of his female friends are impressed at their free styles in the recent battle.
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She woke them up. They are so good. I love personally think Eno and Freda are undoubtedly some of the best rappers we have in Ghana. So why were they sleeping? Say thank you to @sista.afia. Fact is she woke you up. You were sleeping on your amazing talents. Your time is now. Take over from the guys. You even have to start beefing the guys. Most of my male friend are happy paaa that the ladies are taking over rap music in Ghana. They said that when the Male rappers hit pɛ they use their fame to take their girlfriends so please don't allow the guys hit again ok? They are even planning to contributing money to support you. They are saying it ooo. Me I'm only informing you. ??????????
Kwame A Plus
Over the past few days, the Ghanaian entertainment industry has been one beef to the other as Eno Barony, Sista Afia, Freda Rhymes and Medikal entertain fans with free style diss songs amidst coroanvirus.
Things got out of hand yesterday, May 18, at the forecourt of TV3 where Sista Afia, Freda Rhymes nearly exchanged physical blows.
Sista Afia, Eno Barony have been fighting for the crown of the rap goddess and this has been so exciting looking at how people would have to always wake up to a diss song from one of the girls and this helped spark a conversation on social media with many people discussing who the rap goddess befits.
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