Ghanaians engage in diabolical beef, so I won’t reply Eno Barony to give her more wings to fly—MzVee
Renowned female Reggae/Dancehall artiste, MzVee has expressed regret about the manner Sista Afia and Freda Rhymz have turned lyrical punchline into physical punchline.
According to her, that was so alarming and changed the whole concept of beef.
Speaking in a media interview, the beautiful dancehall queen explained that beef was part of the industry and there was nothing wrong if artistes engage in it to remain relevant in the industry.
She described the physical battle between Sista Afia and Freda Rhymz as “uncalled for” and urged them to stick to lyrical battle.
The former Lynx signee vowed never to engage in such battle with any of her colleagues.
She indicated that brand image count and was not going to get herself dirty with beef to destroy the beautiful and respectable image she has built in the industry.
MzVee maintained that the type of beef being introduced by the female artistes was heartbreaking as one might end up hurt.
In order to maintain her brand image, she said she would never reply the reigning rap goddess Eno Barony for shading her in her beef.
“I will never get dirty with any artiste and destroy my career at the end,” MzVee added.
She noted that beef is not her thing and she knew her way to attract people to stay relevant in the industry.
The “sheriff” hitmaker observed that Eno Barony described her natural hair as hard as rock but it did not mean her natural hair is of that nature, thus would not reply to give her wings to remain relevance in the industry.
Beef in the local industry has been there since late 1980s but it got to its peak in 2019 when great Dancehall giants, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale ruined an awards night with physical battle as a result of the beef.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE