Ghanaian female rapper, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, affectionately known as Eno Barony has advised her fellow Ghanaian rappers to be cautious when having a lyrical beef in order for it not to be personal.
Speaking in an interview on Okay FM’s Ekwasodwodwo segment with Abeiku Aggrey Santana, Eno Barony stated that rappers must know when to throw in the towel during a lyrical beef in order for matters not to escalate to other levels.
She stated that there have been instances where rappers turn lyrical beefs personal and in the end, they end up staining their reputation or in a worst case scenario, losing their precious lives.
Eno also disclosed that it is impossible to win an argument with a lady because women are well known to be masters when it comes to verbal scuffles and that is the main reason why lawyers wear wigs to the court.
She added that this might probably be the reason why most Ghanaian male rappers have not dared to poke her nest since her last beef with Medikal.
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In other news, Ghanaian Afro Gospel musician based in the United Kingdom, Joseph Matthew has enlightened Christians about the true meaning and importance of paying tithes to God.
In an interview on the Daybreak Hitz segment on Hitz FM with Andy Dosty, Joseph Matthew intimated that Christians are obligated to pay their tithes to God but not on monthly basis.
He said that God never gave instructions to Christians to pay their tithes monthly but specified that people must be able to do good unto their neighbors and friends in order to attract his blessings and not through tithes,
He further explained that tithes began with Abraham who thought it wise of giving 10% of his income to God as a sacrifice but the deed was never instructed by God.
However. Joseph stated that in order to attract the blessings of God, one must be able to do good unto others and not specifically paying of tithes even though it is good to pay tithes.