Rapper Eno has brushed off the rap prowess and attacks by musicians Sista Afia and Freda Rhymz.
The rapper, who tags herself as the ‘Rap Goddess’, believes that the two do not qualify to face her in any battle.
For some days now, ‘MTW’, a song by Sista Afia, has ignited a lot of controversy after its release on April 22.
While Sista Afia did not mention names, some people have concluded that Sista Afia took jabs at Sister Derby, Wendy Shay and Efia Odo in the song.
The song has seen counter jabs and reactions from Freda Rhymz (released ‘KMT’), and Eno (released ‘Rap Goddess’).
As things are heating up, Eno told MzGee in an interview on Showbiz 927 on 3FM that “if somebody had done rap that’s when I will feel offended but I feel some people are just talking”.
Asked if she thinks Sista Afia’s ‘WMT’ and Freda Rhymz’s ‘KMT’ are not good, Eno responded: “When it comes to rap…when I hear certain things not going well and people wanna call it rap that’s when I talk about it…”
She rubbished Sista Afia’s song, saying “she actually addressed a lot of stuffs in her song but me saying all she got was ‘Wele’ you know ‘Wele’ doesn’t give any nutrients like that…so if she had got some response from wherever she threw her angles at that is when it would have been a beef”.
Reacting to Freda Rhymz, Eno said she has no issues with her.
“If I actually want to fight somebody, I have to find someone in my size to fight…the fight that Corona come doesn’t mean anything should come into my territory because everybody knows I am the ‘Rap Goddess’…Freda is a small girl.…”
Speaking in parables, the rapper noted that they should have shown some courtesy by coming to seek permission from her before venturing into any form of beef.
“When you talk about rap, you know where you are heading to and that is my house, that is my territory so if somebody comes stirring the soup…since she didn’t do it well, I don’t feel the need of beefing,” Eno added.