After Efya called his music funny, Blakk Rasta had a few things to say. He vehemently disagreed.
Efya said in an interview with GHONE TV that she didn't know who Blakk Rasta was, but she went on to call his music entertaining.
She was influenced by Blakk's “harsh” remark about Sarkodie's collaboration with Bob Marley when she made her statement.
‘Who's that? He's a rapper; what else is he? He's a radio reporter, right? However, journalists are free to say whatever they want. I doubt that I am familiar with him. He plays the radio, is that it? Absolutely, that witty guy. He sings some amusing tunes. Efya said, “Listen, each one for himself, but God for us all.”
Blakk responded to the claim that he makes funny music on his radio show on 3FM, saying that while he doesn't mind when people don't recognize him, it's “all wrong.”
“Listen, Blakk Rasta is a man that you can characterize in a variety of ways, but I think she got everything wrong when she called my music funny.”
I noticed some sincerity when I looked at her face once more. “I don't think she meant to humiliate Blakk Rasta; I just think she is ignorant of her surroundings,” he said.
The female vocalist can't be held responsible for her on-air babbling because she has used drugs her entire life, claims the reggae singer known for his song “Barack Obama.”
“I am not the arrogant type of artist… I felt sorry for Efya as I watched the video. She appeared to be completely mesmerized and depressed like she had taken drugs.