A few moths ago the pretty singer took to micro-blogging software website, Twitter to express interest in working on a song with Sarkodie.
“Dear @sarkodie For years I’ve tried to get you on a song, Tried friends, strangers, media guys… Spoken to Angel, Black Nana, Possigee, tried yr house… Bra Michael, you are Dope, having you on a song will be fire to fire, it will be an honour. What do I do to make this happen?” she tweeted.
But some industry players were not cool with the ‘Someone Loves Me’ crooner for making such appeal publicly.
They suggested she sent a direct message or see the Best International Flow award winner at the 2019 BET Hip-hop awards in person.
But when she was asked during an interview on the ‘Uncut Show’ she said there’s nothing wrong with what she did.
She shot down claims that Sarkodie was offended following her tweet which sparked debate.
According to her, quite a number of musicians have been able to collaborate with others by using the same medium.
To buttress her point, she cited how a tweet by Mr Eazi made it possible to get King Promise on a song.
She added that she used Twitter to facilitate a collobaratiin between her and the head honcho of the Bhim Natives, Stonebwoy.
eShun, however, concluded that it is normal for musicians to communicate with themselves using the various social media platforms.