Rising female rapper, Eno Barony, has expressed concerns over the kind of hypocritical messages she receives from Ghanaians.
The musician said the messages are usually borne out of the hypocritical behaviour of Ghanaians.
According to her, people criticize her for choosing to be a rapper when her father is a Pastor.
She indicated that what puts her off is the fact that people remind her of Ebony’s death and ask her to change from what she is doing because she may also face similar fate.
Eno has questioned people who send her such messages asking them if people quit their profession because some people in the same profession died.
She therefore stormed Instagram today to vent her spleen on the people she considered as hypocrites.
“Some people always be like girl am not happy about wat u do , ur dad is a pastor when will u do gospel a colleague of urs just died so stop doing music but the thing is if a Tailor dies I dnt see other tailors quitting,” she posted on her Instagram page.
Born Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, she released her debut single Wats Ma Name and also Tonga, the refix of the sensational hit-track Tonga by Joey B- ft Sarkodie in 2014 that lifted her into the limelight.
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