Blakk Rasta, responding to Efya Nokturnal on 3FM’s Black Pot, alleged that the songstress was unaware of her surroundings during the interview. He claimed that Efya was under the influence of narcotics when she said she did not know him.
Blakk Rasta addressed Efya, who said the former is not the right person to critique the Sarkodie-Bob Marley feature, adding that she did not know Blakk Rasta.
Blakk Rasta’s said: “When I look at the video, I sympathise with Efya. She looks so morose and totally hypnotised. Like somebody swallowed up by drugs. She looks so drugged. In Ghana, when parents are advising their children against drugs and their names are being mentioned… if it’s a female, they use Efya as an example.”
Continuing on that tangent, Blakk Rasta asked his listeners to pray for Efya.
“When I look at her face, I had to say a prayer for her for deliverance and healing. This is not the Efya that I know.”
Blakk Rasta still maintains that Sarkodie’s rap lyrics are “one-way”, which cannot survive by featuring other artistes who furnish him with good hooks.