- Sista Afia has made a 'U-turn' after releasing her WMT diss song
- In an interview, Sista Afia vowed not to do rap music ever again
- For some time now Sista Afia, Freda Rhymz, and Eno Barony have been beefing seriously
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Ghanaian songstress, Francisca Gawugah Duncan Williams, popularly known as Sista Afia, appears to have made a sharp 'U-turn' after losing out on a beef with Eno Barony.
She has vowed never to do rap music again.
In an interview on 3FM monitored by YEN.com.gh, Sista Afia stated that she will never try to rap again because it may cause her fans to have mixed feelings about the genre she is known for.
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Asked whether she will consider releasing another rap song, Sista Afia said: "Hell no I’m not doing it again. I just had fun with it…..I want people to love me for my music, I don’t want them to change. I like the style of music that I do. I was just having fun..”
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Sista Afia made waves in the Ghana music scene after she released a double rap song dubbed ‘WMT‘ and ‘You Got Nerves.'
The two songs started a serious beef among female rappers in the country, notably Eno Barony and Freda Rhymz.
Meanwhile, Sista Afia is said to have run away after hearing that Eno Barony was coming while she was busily dancing.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian female artiste Freda Rhymz had taken a swipe at Sista Afia in the ongoing beef between them.
For some days now Sista Afia, Freda Rhymz, and Eno Barony have been beefing serious.
Freda Rhymz said Sista Afia doesn't understand beefing.
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