“So What” does not promote promiscuity—Fantana jabs critics
Ruff Town Records signee, Francine Kouffie known in Showbiz circles as Fantana has revealed that the promiscuous nature of Ghanaian women inspired her to compose “so what” track.
According to her, the debut single did not promote promiscuity but narrated a promiscuous story of a Ghanaian woman.
Speaking exclusively with Spot On News in Accra on Thursday, the “New African Lady” hit maker stated that “promiscuity is real among women in the country” and wanted to bring out something that society could relate to.
She explained that lots of women were breaking men’s heart and sang the song to address the situation.
The beautiful fashionista indicated that there should be someone to narrate the challenges confronting men in the country, stressing that “and that is what I did.
Fantana has released three tracks since she triumphantly entered the country’s entertainment industry.
She is the second signee of Ruff Town after Wendy Shay and poised to treat fans to her afro tunes.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE