Top Ghanaian female singer, Petrah, has spoken about her music career and how she has inspired some of the top female acts in Ghana.
In a post on social media (Twitter), Petrah stated how she made some of the female acts relevant after they were mute in their music career.
Petrah went ahead to make a tweet claiming she is the best and biggest female musician in Ghana.
She further added that whoever is in doubt should ask Shatta Wale- who also lay claim to being the Dancehall King in Ghana.
According to the “PSY” musician, it was after she boldly did s*x songs and videos that empowered the likes of Sista Afia and Sefa to s*xually show off their bodies. She also mentioned how she did songs with strong words like “pu$$y” and the likes of Wendy Shay learned from her.
Petrah went ahead to involve Mzbel by saying she resurrected the veteran musician’s career which made her do a s*x song.
Check the tweet below;
A year ago i started making s*x songs & videos sarcastically to empower humans s_xually.
Narrow minded pple online, radio&tv shamed me, called me a wh0re & a W!tch. Now SistaAfia & S3fa s_*xually showoff body, WendyShay sings about p_u$$y & Mzbel has a s*x song. U’RE WELCUM”
Recently, Petrah released a new song titled “PSY” under her record label Manners Records.
PSY is a new single which comes along with a video talking about love. In the video, Petrah was seen proposing love to a man in a church setting.
In the video, there were pictures of Jesus and the holy cross as props.
Check out the new song by watching the video below;
Petrah is said to be promoting her new single dubbed “Psy”.
In recent news, Petrah has laid claim to being the best female artiste in the Dancehall scenes as she promotes her new Dancehall EP dubbed ‘Petralogy’.
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