Ask your mother before commenting – Efya fires Blakk Rasta

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Ghanaian singer Efya has decided to choose violence over peace when she had the chance to be diplomatic while on set for an interview on GhOne TV.

She poured the heat on Ghanaian reggae musician and host of the Taxi Driver Show, Blakk Rasta. She questioned the essence of Blakk Rasta’s opinion after the latter had given a dress down of Sarkodie’s feature with Bob Marley on ‘Stir It Up’.

“I think people should realize that sometimes nobody cares about anything. Your opinion doesn’t matter… Be grateful. Let’s honour our people. Let’s be happy for our people. You saying this, what does it do to it? Are they going to go back to production and make the music what you think it should be?” she questioned.

The ‘Best In Me’ singer added that if he wanted to criticize he should have some backings. “Are you Kwame Yeboah?” comparing the reggae musician to the award-winning instrumentalist, musician, producer and recording engineer Kwame Yeboah.

She said Blakk Rasta should have encouraged Sarkodie and say he “has done something monumental” and it is a “good work”. Efya then added that “sometimes when we are giving our opinions we should call our mothers and ask before we put it out”.

Even before she made the comments about Blakk Rasta, she said she didn’t know him but when the host described him further she said Blakk Rasta is a funny man and does funny music.

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