Rising Ghanaian female musician, Abbi Ima has advised musicians in the country to cease the unnecessary beefing.
In a post sighted by Newshuntermag.com, the Kintampo-based musician stated that throwing shades at others won’t make them relevant.
She emphasized that being relevant is not about stepping on the toes of others.
Abbi Ima, who is preparing to release a new EP titled ‘Champion’ promised a “nice masterpiece” for her fans and Ghanaian music lovers.
She wrote: “Being relevant is not about throwing shades, is not about stepping on toes, is about u doing what u know doing best at all times.
“The moment you lose track, throwing out a negative comment you’ve lost your way, and get the terrible task of carrying your own negative, regretful baggage around with you. It’s senseless to create your own heavy heart.
“You have to be competitive to be relevant. You must be able to bring relevance to people, you must add value to yourself to be relevant. Hating me won’t make you relevant, all you need to do is to act your way into relevancy don’t ask your way into relevancy. Enough of that my dear.
Watch out for The Champion EP, I promise you of a nice masterpiece. #ChampionEp.”
Her post was on the heels of the numerous beefs or lyrical battles between a section of Ghanaian musicians.