Freda Rhymz was disrespectful over ‘only two female rappers’ comment-Ohemaa Dadao



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Ghanaian Female Rapper, Ohemaa Dadao has jabbed her colleague female rapper, Freda Rhymz for saying there are only two female rappers in Ghana.

According to her, Freda was being disrespecful for saying that because she used to mentor Freda.

She also said that Freda was being hypocritical because she knew her (Ohemaa Dadao) very well and even played a show less than a year ago, adding that because of fame Freda was disrespecting her elders.

She made the comments on Atinka TVs Entertainment City, hosted by Nana Adwoa Annan.

Although she felt disrespected by Freda, Ohemaa Dadao said Freda’s comment did not get to her emotionally.

When asked if she will ever speak to Freda when they meet, she said yes even though she has denigrated her big sister.

She also admitted she will have a collaboration with Freda when necessary.

“Freda saying that was disrespectful. We had a show less than a year ago and I think she was being childish for saying there are only two female rappers in Ghana. She used to send me messages that she was learning from me and now because of fame she is saying what she wants,” she said.

Meanwhile, Counting the number of collaborations she has had, she mentioned one with Sista Afia, Sister Derby, and Kesse.

She however noted that most of the top artists in Ghana do not pull through when they have to collaborate with young talents, indicating that she contacted one of them for a collaboration and over four months, the artist has not shown any interest.

She encouraged her fans to continue supporting her and as well watch out for her upcoming virtual concert which is in the offing.

Ghana/Atinkaonline.com/ Porcia Oforiwaa Ofori