September 18, 2020
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‘Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ In My ‘Adiza’ Song Not Profane – Freddy Blaze

‘Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ In My ‘Adiza’ Song Not Profane – Freddy Blaze

Fast rising singer and highlife artiste Freddy Blaze has finally jumped in to correct the misconception about his recently released single “Adiza”.
Freddy Blaze’s name has come under many criticism following the use of the term ‘Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ translated “I am inside” as preaching profanity in his song.
In an interview with a staff of Playlistgh.com, Freddy disclosed his use of the term is no profane but a feeling of comfort with a partner.

“I’ve heard many criticisms about me preaching ill with my song but none of those can be true.’Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ as used in the song is not sexually suggestive but a feeling of comfort with a partner” Freddy Blaze revealed.

The song “Adiza” features LilWin and Young Chorus, and has been enjoying massive airplay both on radio and TV.
Watch music video below.

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‘Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ In My ‘Adiza’ Song Not Profane – Freddy Blaze

‘Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ In My ‘Adiza’ Song Not Profane – Freddy Blaze

Fast rising singer and highlife artiste Freddy Blaze has finally jumped in to correct the misconception about his recently released single “Adiza”.
Freddy Blaze’s name has come under many criticism following the use of the term ‘Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ translated “I am inside” as preaching profanity in his song.
In an interview with a staff of Playlistgh.com, Freddy disclosed his use of the term is no profane but a feeling of comfort with a partner.

“I’ve heard many criticisms about me preaching ill with my song but none of those can be true.’Sɛ Mehyɛ Mua Ni’ as used in the song is not sexually suggestive but a feeling of comfort with a partner” Freddy Blaze revealed.

The song “Adiza” features LilWin and Young Chorus, and has been enjoying massive airplay both on radio and TV.
Watch music video below.

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