In 2018, thesource.com complied their top ten rap feuds and in that compilation, they placed the unforgettable ‘beef’ between Tupac and notorious BIG as the number 1.
Their key reason for naming that particular’ beef’ as their topmost was because the heat involved sadly saw the two very talented rappers dead in the end.
Well, what I am trying to simply put out there is that rap ‘beef’ does not have any format they follow, and most often then not, its end results are not what many people would expect.
However, it seems musician Sista Afia did not understand this whole concept in the rap business, especially with ‘beef’ before she decided to venture into it with her first rap freestyle titled “WMT”.
Even though she claimed that the song was not a direct attack for anybody, all the people who listened and have a fair idea about the happenings in the entertainment industry of Ghana concluded it was a diss for Sister Derby in particular.
Even though the African Mermaid failed to reply to her personally, controversial social media star, Akuapem Poloo clapped back at her earlier, and later, Freda Rhymz joined and gave it to her real hard in “KMT”.
Freda Rhymz”s claims in “Point Of Correction” that the “Weather” hitmaker was chopped down by Shatta Wale, Bisa Kdei, and Medikal seemed to have struck a nerve in Sista Afia.
She took to twitter earlier to ask Freda Rhymz if she was ready to make the same allegations when they met physically, a question that saw Freda Rhymz answer in the affirmative.
While many people though that was just a normal playful message from Sista Afia, it turns out she actually meant it.
Her decision to engaged Freda in a fistfight when they met at the premises of TV3 proved that all along she didn’t take the allegations lightly.
Now, I have been asking myself why Sista Afia, somebody who is not ashamed to mock a fellow woman with body-shaming comments, will be on her high horse when Freda Rhymz blasts her.
I for one, saw some of her lines in “U Got Nerves” as insults but did not utter a word because I considered it as part of the show-business.
However, her decision to attack Freda Rhymz in public shows she is a very big hypocrite who should just stick to her singing business and stop disturbing the music space with ‘rap beef’ because she is not ready for the devastating effects and attacks today and tomorrow.