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‘Our Society Look Down Upon Females’ – Eno Barony

Ghanaian female rapper, Eno Barony has questioned society’s motives for looking down upon females.

According to the rapper, things that involve men tend to succeed faster than things that involves females.

She made an example of having two bus drivers; one male the other being a female. She stated that most people will prefer having a male driver than a female driver.

“If there two buses with a male driver in one and a female in the other, the former would be patronized than the latter. “

She further added that “When a guy does something remarkable, he is seen as a hero. But when a woman does same, people will say she is trying.”





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