Arguably, when it comes to female musicians who are really doing well for the past decade is Sister Afia regardless some are of the view that “Jeje” is her only hit song.
An underground dancehall diva by name Queen Haizel in a recent video recording has revealed how Sister Afia snubbed and disgraced her when she asked Sister Afia for a collaboration.
In the video, Queen Haizel indicated that, when she contacted her colleague Sister Afia, she was truthful with her about the fact that she will not feature on the song with any underground artiste, asking her to back off for it is their time to take over.
This remark by Sister Afia didn’t go well with Queen Haizel and thus recorded a video, tagging Sister Afia as a “Slay Queen”. She again warned her not to try such barbaric attitudes on her again.
Queen Haizel in an interview kumikasa.com said “I like the fact that she was real about not featuring on the song. But that doesn’t give her the opportunity to says all sorts of things. This attitude by Sister Afia reminds me of the late Ebony Reigns who wanted to feature all the female Artistee on her project which they refused. Meanwhile, the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) released an all-female tribute in memory of the late singer which featured most female Artistes like Adina, MzVee, Efya, Freda Rhymz, eShun, Feli Nuna and Adomaa. Isn’t this hypocrisy? So why can’t we blame them of killing Ebony with their hypocritical attitudes”, queen Haizel quizzed Kumi Ransford of Kumikasa.com