Eno Barony, the ‘Enough is Enough’ hitmaker, has quietly responded to her female colleague, Sista Afia after she made nasty statements about Eno Barony’s career becoming ‘beans.’
Sista Afia recently claimed that her ‘war’ with Eno Barony last year was the secret ingredient that rejuvenated the rapper’s fading career, citing her involvement in the conflict as an important component.
She continued to humiliate Eno Barony after she won Best Rapper at the VGMA 22 by comparing her career to beans, a Ghanaian slang term for something that is meaningless.
Eno Barony was questioned if her career has turned ‘beans’ in an exclusive interview with Amansan Krakye on Cape Coast’s Kastle FM.
“I suppose Kastle 90.3FM is one of the largest radio stations in Cape Coast, and I don’t think you’d have time to talk a career that has turned beans,” she replied.
“I believe that things that are essential and will create advancement are problems that your station will discuss, so if my career has gone beans like that, we won’t have this conversation,” she added.
“I think I’ve made it in my music career if Kastle FM is interviewing me in the first place right now,” Eno Barony told the host.
By: Christopher Agbodo Ranson / Virgin Blogger / www.kingdomfmonline.com