Ghanaian Afrobeat artiste, Wiyaala has apologized for alluding in a recent video that some people fool themselves to win awards.
Responding to critics who think she is more visible abroad than in Ghana, she said she would not do foolish songs or beef other artistes to gain relevance in Ghana.
“Some of us might not be the most intelligent but we do have brains to understand that when you do foolish songs just because you want to get attention to win a few awards, you are actually fooling yourself,” she said.
She said in a video she posted on Instagram that critics should stop mentioning her in their conversations if they think she does not matter in the Ghanaian music industry.
She noted that some have said she is not making a great impact in Ghana because she does not focus her attention on the Ghanaian music industry.
Speaking to George Quaye on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z, she rather apologised: “if any musician who has won an award feels hurt about what I said, I apologize,” she said.
She also apologized to Arnold Asamoah Baidoo and other entertainment critics for misconstruing their statements that she had more buzz on the international market than in Ghana.
She noted that she made those statements out of emotions and the fact that she has lost business from statements that she is not part of the Ghanaian music industry.