- Ghanaian songstress, Sista Afia has said she wants to change her nationality
- According to her, this country is full of savage and evil
- Her comments come after people underrated Stonebwoy for featuring Keri Hilson on a song
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Ghanaian songstress, Sista Afia has stated that she wants to change her nationality to become Nigerian.
The 'weather' hitmaker bemoaned how Ghanaians underrated Stonebwoy and didn’t take delight in Stonebwoy’s collaboration with Keri Hilson on his ‘Anloga Junction’ album
According to her, Nigerians on the other hand, went crazy when Davido featured Nicki Minaj on a song.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, she wrote, "Stonebwoy did a song with Keri Hilson, you ppl said its no big deal, "Keri Hilson is Sista Afia in America". Davido did a song with Nicki Minaj and see how you all praising him. I want to be a Nigerian this country is full of savage and evil."
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Responding to her tweet, Ghanaians shared their thoughts on what she said.
Kwame said Ghanaians would always create a bad picture about their own artistexxel
Exxel said in Ghana our major problem is envy.
Becks couldn't have agreed better
Sammy said some Ghanaians are just hypocrites.
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In other news, popular Kumawood actor, Bishop Bernard Nyarko, made a bold statement during his last days on earth.
Bishop Nayrko was confirmed dead on Saturday, May 2, 2020, after battling illness.
Following his death, many videos of him preaching during church services have been trending on social media.
However, prior to his death, he had the chance to preach to a congregation and these were his last words that will break your heart. He said; “Help me whiles I am alive, don’t wait till I die”
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