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Watch: 'Eno Barony can never be my competition'- Freda Rhymz

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Watch: 'Eno Barony can never be my competition'- Freda Rhymz Watch: ‘Eno Barony can never be my competition’- Freda Rhymz[/caption] Black Avenue Muzik signee, Freda Rhymz, has revealed she can never view fellow rapper Eno Barony as competition since she admired and looked up to her during the early stages of her career. In a recent interview with AmeyawTV,  the ‘Jammin’ hitmaker revealed she is a fangirl of Eno Barony’s her lyrical talent and could never compete her on any given level. In an industry where popularity thrives on “beefs”, it’s healthy to see women entertainers supports each other. Watch the full interview. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opGPRk29D9M]   https://ameyawdebrah.com/i-deserve-2019-vgma-artist-of-the-year-patapaa-warns-charterhouse/ Born Freda Baffour Awuah, Freda Rhymz is a talented and creative rapper and songwriter from Ghana who makes music in three languages (English, Twi, and Pidgin). The type of music she creates ranges across Afrobeats, Hip-hop, Hiplife and Highlife. She won the 2017 MTN Hitmaker reality show and is currently signed on to D-Black’s Black Avenue Muzik (B.A.M).]]>

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Funke Akindele Emerges Lagos Deputy Governorship Candidate

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Nigerian actress, Funke Akindele has been chosen as the running mate to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in Lagos. (more…)

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US court postpones sentencing of Hushpuppi to September 21

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A United States Central District Court in California has postponed the sentencing of Nigerian fraudster Ramon Abass known as Hushpuppi for the second time. (more…)

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US court postpones sentencing of popular scammer, Hushpuppi to September 21

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Judge Otis Wright of a United States Central District Court in California has postponed the sentencing of Nigerian fraudster Ramon Abass known as Hushpuppi to September 21. (more…)

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Paul Okoye says the only thing moving forward in Nigeria is their music and entertainment

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Singer, Paul Okoye of Psquare has said that the only thing moving forward in Nigeria is music and entertainment. (more…)

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Diamond Platnumz confirms marriage to his record label signee?

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Tanzanian music star, Diamond Platnumz has hinted on being married to his record label signee, Zuchu. (more…)

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Police brutality is slapping someone cooperating and already in cuffs – musician NY Melody

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The Ghana Police Service arrested 29 people on Tuesday after dispersing a violent anti-cost protest in Accra with tear gas. The protest took a turn for the worse when protesters engaged in a violent exchange with police, injuring 12 officers and leading to the arrest of some of the protesters.

Following the incident, many Ghanaians, both inside and outside the country, have come out to condemn the police and protesters’ violent actions.

One video that went viral from the incident showed a police officer beating a handcuffed protester who was clearly not resisting arrest. The video sparked an online outrage, with “Be My Love” singer NY Melody among those quick to condemn the officer’s actions.

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The musician later posted a video in which he expressed his disappointment at seeing the video. For him, the police officer was abusing his authority, and slapping someone who was already handcuffed was completely unnecessary.

“We live in a democracy, and in a democracy, we have the right to demonstrate when something bothers us.” The police, also known as “Peace Officers,” are supposed to keep the peace and order no matter what environment they are in.”

Imagine what would have happened if the protesters had retaliated in response to the slap. The cops should have known better; they should have some emotional intelligence. “Police brutality is slapping someone already in cuffs who isn’t resisting arrest.” he said.

Source: Fenuku Augustine.

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