In-active Ghanaian female rapper, Jada Sparkles has condemned the feminine rap battle between Sista Afia, Eno Barony, Freda Rhymz and others.
She lamented the actions of these musicians, wasting much time on beefs instead of writing sensible songs and promote them.
The ‘Bossu’ composer in a post sighted by Zionfelix.net said female rappers in the country are not many so looking down at each other won’t be helpful.
Jada, who has not been active in the Ghanaian music scene for some time now disclosed the unlucrative music industry in Ghana accounted for her decision to quit.
She wrote on Facebook: “The women for the rap game inside for Ghana no chaw already. Wanna songs no really dey catch anywhere. But instead of us/them making sensible songs and spending time promoting them they are rather insulting each other’s bodies. I find it really appalling.
“Reason I looked away from ghana music is Cos u will rap for 10 years and not even have a cement block to your name. When someone is pushing the flag of Ghana forward, let’s learn to motivate them rather than taking personal cheap jabs at them.”