Entertainment pundit, Kelly Nii Lartey has condemned the brawl that ensued between two female artistes Freda Rhymz and Sister Afia at TV3’s premises on Monday, May 18, 2020.
The two female artistes have been engaged in lyrical beef for some time but it nearly degenerated into fisticuffs when the two met at TV3 for different interviews. Without the intervention of the security and some employees, the two would have engaged in a bloody physical assault.
Speaking to ABC News against the backdrop of this brawl, the entertainment pundit explained that although beef and conflicts thrive in every entertainment industry, it should be done within the acceptable norms of the society.
“Stories about conflicts are what thrives any entertainment industry. Showbiz hits the very core membrane of society when there’s a perceived competition between two creative people. It’s good for female beef to happen. Listen to the rap and content delivery of the songs in contention-they are all beautiful pieces. This is the apex of commercial artistry. This brings money into the industry,” Kelly explained.
He, however, added that “It is human nature to take dissing personal or be emotional about beef, but there are limits and laws governing our actions. Just make the beef without breaking the law. No one forgets an artiste who beefs.”