Ghanaian songstress, Eazzy, has couple of things to deal with as her latest song “Obaa Gbemi” has put a spotlight on her attracting headlines, some, which doesn’t look excited about.
With “Obaa Gbemi” turning out to be smashing banger, it has seen the singer as a guest on radio shows where she’s been speaking her mind about the Ghanaian music industry.
NYDJLive.com reported her to have admonished colleague artistes to be truthful about their status and rate cards so as not to appear as very satisfied musicians who don’t need any help.
“Sometimes we have to speak the truth. I feel like the industry is calling for help from DJs, event organizers and corporate Ghana and all, but we don’t speak the truth. So if you are there saying you get paid a 150,000 per a show and somebody is expecting you to do something with your brand, like be able to shoot about three videos in Nigeria and you come and complain that you can’t, then it’s crazy,” the website quoted Eazzy to have said.
Meanwhile, another online portal carried the story as Eazzy cautioning Shatta Wake and Medikal to stop telling lies about how much they charge for shows. Taking to twitter, she reacted to that headline and called it deceptive. “Ah what kind of deceptive headline is this” she wrote.
Ah what kind of deceptive headline is this . 🤦🏻♀️ https://t.co/S07NvPr8gR
— EAZZY #ObaaGbemi 🔥 (@Eazzyfirstlady) September 17, 2018
Clearly the “Wegenze” Queen who recently featured Shatta on her “Power” song wants no beef or drama out of that before Wale spits some SM venom on her.