Ghanaian singer, Fantana, is part of the cast of Netflix’s Young, Famous & African Season 2.
A lot of Ghanaians anticipated the launch of the reality show after it came to light that the young singer is being featured.
In a short video that has popped up online, the ‘So What’ singer introduced herself as the biggest female dancehall musician from Ghana.
Her claim has triggered an online debate.
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Reacting to this, Alexander Fifi Abeka, a management member of Fantana defended her.
He stated that those having an issue with the 25-year-old singer’s assertion should be there if they get a big platform and they won’t brag about themselves.
Fifi, who does not see anything with Fantana’s proclamation, averred she said what she said.
In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the publicist wrote: “You get the chance to be on a big platform and you won’t brag about yourself aaaaah be there. Baby Fantana said what she said. If you like goan delete it from Netflix. Samaen. 😂😂😂😂😂😂 flips groundnut into the air #xerda.”
Watch Fantana’s introduction below.