Blakk Rasta: Efya Denies Knowing Legendary Reggae/Dancehall Star In Interview; Causes Stir
- Efya, in an interview with GH One's Blessing Bliss on Rhtymz One On One, denied ever knowing reggae/dancehall legend Blakk Rasta
- Blakk Rasta popped up in the conversation because of his comments about Sarkodie's feature on Bob Marley's Stir It Up, and Efya was asked her thoughts on his reaction, and she denied knowing him
- Her statement has caused a massive stir on social media as many folks felt her ignorance was intentional
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Popular Ghanaian singer, Efya, has caused a stir on social media after she made a statement that she did not know who Blakk Rasta was.
The statement has shocked many people as Blakk Rasta is a well-known reggae artist and radio presenter in Ghana. She made the comments on Wednesday, 1st February 2023, during an interview on GH One's Rhthymz One On-One show, with Blessing Bliss.
She was asked about her thoughts on Blakk Rasta's comments regarding Sarkodie's feature on Bob Marley's Stir It Up. To the surprise of many, Efya responded by saying she did not know who he was.
She sarcastically asked if Blakk Rasta was a rapper, which surprised Blessing Bliss. The host sang Blakk Rasta's smash hit, Barrack Obama, to jog her memory. She responded by saying, "oh he is the one that does the funny music. He is a funny guy?"
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The statement has caused a lot of reactions from fans and music lovers alike, with many people expressing their disbelief and disappointment. Many have taken to social media to express their opinions on the matter, with some saying that Efya must have been living under a rock not to know who Blakk Rasta was.
Blakk Rasta's Comments On Sarkodie
Earlier, Blakk Rasta threw shots at rapper Sarkodie and said he had desecrated the holy music of Bob Marley by featuring on the song Stir It Up. He called the feature disgraceful and an insult to Bob Marley's legacy.
Efya's Comments Spark Reaction
monagucciofficial was in full support:
**Efya to the whole…world..!!!The best female vocalist in Ghana..
No be force to know person na make una leave our sister alone Abeg
Haven't heard Efya song in a Decade. Black Rasta is actually relevant than her.
Blakk Rasta Weighs In On The Increase Of Intelectual Property Theft In Ghana; Profers Solutions
In another story, Blakk Rasta has weighed in on the rampant increase of intellectual property theft in Ghana and has proffered solutions to put a halt to the canker.
In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, the legendary reggae musician and media personality highlighted some contributing factors to copyright theft and infringement of copyright laws.
The legend emphasized the need for appropriate structures to be made available and the need for music artistes to educate themselves on copyright law and how royalties work.
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