Many social media users after listening to ‘God Is A Woman’ song from Eno Barony have perceived that the Ghanaian rapper and songwriter in her first verse threw some jabs at multiple award winning rapper Sarkodie.
But in an exclusive review of the Ladies First Album on Ekwanso Dwoodwoo with Abeiku Santana, Eno denies ever shading Sarkodie claiming Ghana is not her target so she was only sending a message accross Africa to annonce her reign.
“That line is never a shade to Sarkodie. You know every season has a king and I am not even talking about Sarkodie. My aim is not just Ghana Abeiku. I just won the best rapper in the whole of Africa so I am actually talking to the world in general and not Ghana. Ghana is too small. We’ve already made impact in Ghana” she explained.
She further admitted that Sarkodie is a big brother and someone she takes a lot of inspiration from.
Story by: Reagan O.O.Osarfo (Nana Reagan)