Ghanaian female musician and a close friend of Ebony, Feli Nuna has taken on a popular social media fan over Ebony’s tribute song.
According to the musician, most social media users in Ghana waste their time and resources to express pure hatred towards female artistes instead of encouraging them.
Many tributes songs have poured in to the late Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, aka Ebony, since her sad demise through an accident.
The latest tribute song to Ebony is by all-female music stars, produced by Lynx Entertainment, titled ‘Nana Ohemaa’.
The tribute song which features Adina, MzVee, Efya, Freda Rhymez, eShun and Ebony’s close friend, Feli Nuna was released this week.
But the song has been met with mixed reactions from some entertainment fans on various social media platforms.
Whiles some laud the ladies for the wonderful tribute song, others have heavily criticized the musicians for hitting below the belt.
Some of their critics even argue that, the female musicians did not do their best to support their late colleague whiles she was alive.
One of the fans who was clearly irritated by the song expressed his frustrations after Feli Nuna posted the cover art for the song and wished the ‘Maame Hwe’ hitmaker happy birthday on twitter.
The fan who responded to the post in a twitter comment described the tribute song as a piece of sh*t being forced onto Ghanaians by over-hyped female artistes.
The fan insisted that Ebony was a super talented female singer, and therefore deserved better than their tribute song.
However, his demining comment appeared to have angered Feli Nuna who equally fired back at him on twitter.
In her reply, Feli Nuna labeled the fan as a ‘liar’, insisting that the female starsN produced the tribute song from their hearts in honor of Ebony.
Ebony met her untimely death together with two others in a gory accident on the Kumasi-Sunyani highway after returning from a private trip.
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