I Won’t Repeat Ghana Meets Naija Mistake – Eno Asks For Forgiveness

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Emerging from the coffin in a horror-filled set at this year’s Ghana Meets Naija was female rapper, Eno who ended up being a point of discussion – obviously not because of her stagecraft but her outfit.


Clad in a black hoodie, Eno who had an impressive entry midway through her performance, dropped her long skirt flaunting her ‘goodies’ in the process.

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Social media was awash with trolls after pictures of her act, especially one which captured one of her choreographers’ head between her thighs went viral.


Abrantepa.com reported that Eno has felt the heat as she has decided not to go to that extreme again.


“A lot of people were bashing me on social media so I realized maybe my fans didn’t want me to wear that. I don’t perform for myself; I do it for my fans so maybe I’m not going to repeat that,” she said on 3FM’s Showbiz927, Saturday.


Eno further dispelled assertions that she showed skin on the night. “I was covered from head to toe. The only place that was showing was my face. I was wearing a stocking that was the same color as my skin,” she noted.


Touching on her entry, the rapper told host Nana Kwadwo Addo that, “The whole concept behind the act was the resurrection of Yaa Asantewaa. I’m the Yaa Asantewaa of the rap game in Ghana.


Yaa Asantewaa fought for her empire. When the kings were taken to exile, she stood in front of the men and went for the battle…


So the guys [you saw on stage] represented the men coming to take me, Yaa Asantewaa, from the grave, put me in front of the battle, which is the stage, to fight.


There was nothing evil about that. It’s an act; I’m supposed to make it look real. It was just dancing moves, costumes, lighting and effects.”

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