Efia Odo faces criticism after responding to Meek Mill’s request for a Ghanaian musician to collaborate

By Majesty 1 Min Read
Efia Odo & Meek Mill

When Meek Mill requested for one African artist with whom he might work, Efia Odo offered herself up as a musician deserving of a feature. This made her the target of several jokes.

The American rapper who made waves on his most recent visit to Ghana is currently looking for an African musician to feature.

Meek Mill invited followers to name an African musician from Ghana or Nigeria with whom he may collaborate on an album in a post on X (Twitter).

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He Tweets: β€œIf I made an album with an African artist who should it be??? Question to Nigeria Ghan? I rap well I could do in 2 weeks with a good producer??? Leave a comment who?

In response, Ghanaians named Black Sherif, Shatta Wale, Kwesi Arthur, and others; Nigerians named Blaqbones, Zlatan Ibile, Rema, Odumodublvck, and so on.

Efia Odo, who volunteered herself as a potential artist, was one startling name in the comments, though.

She was attacked by social media users for her “blasphemy.”

According to one netizen, “He is talking to musicians not strippers.”

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