Self-acclaim Rap goddess, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, popularly known in the music space by her stage name Eno Barony has stated that when it comes to rap, that is her.
The females in the Ghana music industry in the past few weeks seem to be beefing each other after Sista Afia dropped her freestyle rap “WMT” which seem to be diss to some female celebrities and rappers, while the ‘Queenship crown’ has seen tensions still brewing amongst females artists battling for supremacy.
In an interview with MzGee on 3FM’s SHOWBIZ927, the versatile rapper came clear on the issues saying;
“When it comes to rap, that is me so when I hear certain things not going well and then people ‘wona’ call it rap that is when I talk about”.
According to the ‘Tonga’ remix hitmaker, “When someone actually dares any genre… like when you enter Ghana and you come and talk about Dancehall, you know that there some people you are talking about. When you come and talk about highlife, you know that there some people you are talking about. When you talk about Rap you know where you are heading to understand, and that is my house, that’s my territory, so if somebody comes stirring the soup, it faces me. But since she didn’t do it well I don’t feel the need of beefing that”.
She further added that there isn’t any tension Freda Rhymz and herself, added if she actually wants to fight somebody, she would rather find someone her size to fight and so there is no way she has tension between herself and Freda Rhymz.
Reacting to MzGee’s question whether her song ‘ Rap Goddess’ was a response to Sista Afia and Freda Rhymz , she said;
“No, I would have also named it ‘BBC’ or something but this Rap Goddess…