Legendary Ghanaian singer, Nana Yaa has revealed that she thinks her colleague female artistes in the country feels threatened by her presence in the industry.
The ‘My Hunny’ hit maker and former backing vocalist for Kojo Antwi in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz Fm Friday morning revealed that most of the female musicians in Ghana do not support her work like she does to them. She stressed that she been retweeting and sharing posts from other female acts but they do not reciprocate her gesture. This she says makes her look like a threat to them as they are not willing to lend her a helping hand either because they feel she is too legendary due to the works with high life guru, Kojo Antwi or they are afraid of the power she possesses in her voice and music.
They do not support me like I do to them. Ghanaian female artistes don’t support each other and I feel they threaten me a lot. Check my twitter and all social media pages and see how I talk about them but they don’t do same about me and it’s bad – she said.
Nana Yaa is set to release her first official album on the 20th December and has already released a single off it titled, ‘Condom’. She has also worked with a lot of musicians including Kojo Antwi, Becca, Sonnie Badu among others.