Eno Barony unites with Medikal enemies to diss him in a new track; ‘Force Dem to Play Nonsense’
Trending female rapper, Eno Barony has dropped the much anticipated song dubbed; ” Force Dem to Play Nonsense.”
The track which featured Strongman and Sister Derby was released today and was produced by Hype Lyrix.
It was released to set records straight to put award winning rapper, Medikal at his rightful place after playing ‘Nonsense’ to counter the Yaa Asantewaa rapper’s dead goat track.
The song was released together with it audio and video and has hit 18k views within an hour it was uploaded on YouTube.
Eno Barony replied the AMG rapper after describing her as a corpse for ‘dissing’ him in a song.
Medikal jabbed the female rap goddess when she dropped a song titled ‘Argument Done,’ which attacked the alleged ghostwriter of singer-turned-rapper, Sista Afia.
According to many entertainment critics, Eno Barony was referring to Medikal as the said ghostwriter, thus Medikal called her corpse.
“Don’t ever think I will waste time recording a diss track to a female rapper, especially when the person looks like corpse. Issa dead tin,” Medikal said.
Although Sista Afia debunked such rumours, but Medikal who felt intimidated by the punchlines came out to lash the ‘Heavy Load’ singer in the corpse comment.
As the issue start trending, Eno Barony who was unpleased by Medikal’s comment replied in a dead goat track, saying she was born dead and no one could ever kill her.
She noted that she is currently Ghana’s best female rapper and could log horns with any male rapper who had weak vibes like the AMG rapper.
In an earlier post, she said she appreciate Medikal for a verse he did for her way back and never disrespected him in anyway for him to disrespect her in such cruel manner.
“I have never disrespected you in any way nor for clout chasing. I only sent out words to the ghost writer and unless you are the ghost writer you cannot feel disrespected. Understand my lyrics first Mr. best rapper,” she said.
Eno Barony observed that Medikal was defending himself not to be taken penny to be writing lines for musicians while in actual sense the money he took from her when writing a verse was penny.
“No be today I be corpse bro, I was born dead! So you cannot kill me,” she added.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE