Ghanaian rapper Freda Rhymz has stated she didn’t involve herself in the highly publicized beef with Eno and Sista Afia for hype.
In an interview with MuseAfrica, Freda Rhymz debunked the assertions that she failed to utilize the hype she got from the beef to release a commercial song though she agreed it was a good way to release a song; at the height of the beef, Eno Barony and Sista Afia released Force Dem to Play nonsense and Street respectively.
“I didn’t involve myself in the beef to get hype and release a song,” She said.
“It is also a good way to release a song but that wasn’t my intention (you understand). I hopped on the beef because I felt I’m an entertainer and I just want to entertain people. Also, I felt it was necessary to be part of the beef (you understand). Let people know what I could do when it comes to rap and music in general.”
Freda Rhymz then described the timing of the release of her new single ‘Public Opinion’ as of right and not late.
Listen to Freda Rhymz’s interview with MuseAfrica
Story by Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh