Ghanaian retired footballer, Stephen Appiah says beefs are normal in the showbiz industry.
The ace footballer, speaking with JoyNews’ Doreen Avio said it is a normal trend outside the country and must be adopted in a positive way.
“Today, nothing is going on, and we have been hearing about “beefs”. It is part of the entertainment industry. When you go to America, it happens all the time but we hope it is not going to be too much.
“When it comes to beefs, we have to know the kind of words we use. They should just watch the things that they say,” he cautioned.
The former Ghanaian international footballer also said, if showbiz players are able to plan well, the industry can be better after the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Everything is planning, so if they plan well, the industry can even be better.”
He was optimistic the pandemic will soon be over, so life can return to normal.
“We are praying it goes away soon so that we can go back to our normal lives and whatever we used to do and also enjoy ourselves.”
Over the weekend, musician Sista Afia apologised to her colleague Freda Rhymz, after an attack at the premises of Media General.
The confrontation followed a week long feud between the two singers and Kumasi rap goddess, Eno Barony.
– Doreen Avio/Joy News