- Barima Sidney has released a new track titled Papa No
- The controversial song is already trending on social media
- The song is believed to be curled from the beef between actress Tracey Boakye and musician Mzbel
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Ghanaian musician, Barima Sidney, has waded into the beef between Tracey Boakye and Mzbel by releasing a controversial song for the duo.
The Hiplife musician is known for releasing controversial songs on trending and hot issues in society, and he has just done that with his new song titled Papa No.
The phrase or expression has become the catchword in Ghana and on social media following the beef between the Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye and musician Mzbel.
The two have been on a social media banter, exposing each other's secrets over a man they are alleged to have had an affair with.
Tracey Boakye, in her rants, alleged that a certain man (translated in Akan as ‘papa no’) had taken good care of her ever since she gave birth to that man’s daughter, her 3-month old baby.
The identity of the said man has been shouted in mystery, leading many Ghanaians to wonder who the man is.
But as Ghanaians are still struggling to find out all the details and especially the identity of the unnamed man, Barima Sidney has already released a song titled Papa No.
The song has been trending since its release and the New Patriotic Party has adopted that song for political gains in the upcoming elections in December.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Appiah Stadium, a popular political commentator, has indicated that if he had to recommend a woman to a big man in Ghana, it would be ladies who are in the university.
The outspoken political activist was speaking on the matter after it was alleged that he (Appiah Stadium) had recommended the said ladies to the politicians.
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