Sista Afia and Freda Rhymz drop collaboration hint after ‘beef’

Freda Rhymz and Sista Afia have hinted they could work together on a project.

The two musicians say they are working together for the first time after a heated lyrical battle barely three months ago.

Sista Afia and Freda Rhymz threw jabs at each other and nearly exchanged fists at the premises of TV3, Media General.

The two almost fought live on UTV during an interview on Showbiz 360.

Months after that episode the two musicians seem to have made amends, they are back to serve music lovers with a banger.

Freda shared a photo of herself and Sista Afia wearing matching outfits as they posed with their backs facing the camera, hinting on a collaboration with the singer.

She captioned it “I’m sorry for causing you pain sis, thanks for the love & support! When should we drop this????”

BACKGROUND.

Sister Deborah, an ex-girlfriend of rapper Medikal, sent a birthday message to him (Medikal) with the caption “Happy birthday sweet ex”.

The message did not sit well with actress Fella Makafui, wife of Medikal, pushing her (Fella) to post a picture of her wedding ring with the caption “Over”

A few days later, Sister Deborah released a song with the caption “Sweet ex,” explaining how her birthday message to Medikal was a harmless one.

In response, Fella Makafui also released her debut, “Over” telling sister Deborah to get over it because the love she shared with rapper Medikal was over.

Weeks after that, Highlife singer, Sista Afia and a friend to Medikal and Fella released a song titled “WMT” believed to be targeted at Sister Derby,describing her as ‘an old woman who does not like to date men her age.’

The song came off as a diss song, but because of the controversies and backlash the song attracted, Afia later came out to say “WMT” title rather means “Women Must Talk”.

Freda Rhymz in response  released ‘KMT’

While Sista Afia did not mention names, she gave clues about who she was referring to in her WMT.

Some people concluded that she took jabs at Sister Derby, Wendy Shay, and Efia Odo in the song.

The song saw counter jabs and reactions from Freda Rhymz who released ‘KMT’, and Eno with ‘Rap Goddess’.

Sista Afia released ‘You Got Nerves’ after that, prompting Eno to also drop ‘Argument Done’.

Freda Rhymz, who didn’t want to be left out of the beef party, also released ‘Point of Correction’.

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