Some Ghanaian men think I’m a transgender girl – Eno Barony breaks silence

Ceteris paribus, the rap game is a tough, male-dominated terrain and perhaps not the place for ladies but everywhere, including Ghana, female rappers have also been standing up with their own hooks and catching attention with their flow.

Now, a good deal of rap talent is being exhibited on the scene here at the moment and the name that easily pops up is nobody but Ruth Nana Serwaa Nyame affectionately called Eno Barony. Setting the record straight, Eno Barony has been underrated for too long but from all indications, this is her time!

After listening to her debut album christened, “Yaa Asantewaa”, one could see that Eno Barony is far better in lyrical content and delivery than most of the male rappers who’ve been making ‘noise’ in Ghana music industry.

A song titled “Fear No Man” on Yaa Asantewaa album says it all as it portrays the rapping dexterity of the rap lioness in Ghana.

Fast forward to the agenda, Eno Barony in the studios of Okay FM with Abeiku Santana postulated that some Ghanaian men feel she’s a transgender girl for obvious reasons.

To Eno Barony’s best knowledge, her physique is one of the main reasons why some of the Ghanaian men have this kind of weird perception about her.

She, therefore, clarified that she’s naturally born woman and has nothing transgender in her skirt. And more importantly, Eno Barony is out with a new album christened “Ladies First”.

As a reminder, transgender people have a gender identity that differs from the s3kx that they were assigned at birth. Some transgender people who desire medical assistance to transition from one sex to another identify as transsexual.


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