Ghanaian rapper and singer, Feli Nuna, says it is “uncouth” on the part of Kwame A-Plus to insult people to stay relevant.
According to the ‘Towel’ singer, the musician cum politician’s habit of belittling people’s hard work and brands can be described as his career.
“I feel like that is what he does to stay relevant,” said Feli Nuna. “He trashes people to rise. But that is the wrong thing to do. And it is uncouth in my opinion,” she told Doreen Avio on Daybreak Hitz.
This follows a banter with the former musician on UTV’s United Showbiz.
During the show, A-Plus said that “your boyfriend is rich but does not work in showbiz. So you’re going to look for someone to invest while your boyfriend hides his?”
His comments did not sit well with Feli Nuna—and that called for her response: “Does what you are saying make sense?”
The back and forth went on for several minutes, clouding the purpose of her interview – the promotion of ‘Towel.’
On Friday, the Off Da Ground signee was asked on Hitz FM about her current relationship with A-Plus.
In response, she said: “I don’t have any relationship with him. I have never had a relationship with him. He has never been in my circle,” she told Doreen Avio.
Feli Nuna is on a radio tour for the promotion of her latest single, ‘Investor’.