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“Freda Rhymz should have called me before throwing shots at me” – Sista Afia

Freda Rhymz should have called me before throwing shots at me. Nana Ama McBrown tried to settle the beef between Sista Afia and Freda Rhymz on her show ‘United Showbiz’ and the discussion led to many revelations.

Freda Rhymz should have called me before throwing shots at me

In a conversation to settle the feud, the two artists were given the opportunity to express their displeasure with each other.

On Sista Afia’s part, she expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that Freda mentioned her name directly in her song “Point of Correction” and made accusations that she sleeps with fellow musicians for features.

According to her, she was friends with Freda Rhymz and deserved the courtesy to be informed by the latter before throwing shots at her.

Defending herself, Freda Rhymz said she took shots at Sista Afia because “she was just entertaining her fans”. She conveyed her emotions that “it’s showbiz business and Sista Afia had no business taking it to heart personally”.


Sista Afia in her ‘WMT’ song which was released a couple of weeks ago took a jab at some female musicians in Ghana.

Freda Rhymz hit back with ‘Point of Correction’ and had to some things to say to Sista Afia.

Sista Afia, however, went ahead to charge Freda to say all the things she said about her in the song to her face when she sees her.

On the morning of 18th May at the premises of TV3, the two almost got into a fistfight had it not been for the intervention of people around.

VIDEO : Sista Afia & Freda Rhymz Attempt Fighting Each other on Tv3 premises.

Freda Rhymz should have called me before throwing shots at me

About Sista Afia

Freda Rhymz should have called me before throwing shots at me

Francisca Gawugah (Duncan Williams) (born 7 January 1993) known by the stage name Sista Afia, is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter from Accra. She gained recognition following the release of her single “Jeje”, which features dancehall artist Shatta Wale and Afezi Perry

Early life and career

Sista Afia is an Afro-pop musician, and the niece of Ghanaian Bishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.[She grew up in Accra and Kumasi. She attended Reverend John Teye Memorial Institute before relocating to the UK to further in nursing.

Sista Afia returned to Ghana in 2015 to start her music career. She took inspiration from musician Bisa Kdei and collaborated on the song ‘Kro Kro No’.


Sista Afia engaed in a physical banter with rapper Freda Rhymz after a lyrical banter

About Freda Rhymz

Freda Rhymz born Freda Baffour Awuah is a talented and creative rapper and songwriter from Ghana. She was born at Sunyani, in the  Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. She comes from a family of 7 and she is the last born.

Freda Rhymz Career

Music has always been a part of her since her childhood. She listens to Sarkodie, Jayso, Manifest, Nicki Minaj and many more. The call to make music is more than just a call to fame for her, it’s a resolution that she’s very passionate about.

She did a freestyle to Sarkodie’s ‘New Guy’ featuring Ace Hood few days after the song was released. Fortunately for her, Sarkodie was impressed so the video was featured on Sark’s Instagram which is a big deal. This brought her a lot of public attention.  She’s set to put out good music for the masses and promises nothing but hits only.


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