In a surprising turn of events, the Ghanaian music industry witnessed a heartwarming reconciliation between two renowned artists as Fancy Gadam extended an apology to Sista Afia. The apology, hinted at in Sista Afia’s recent Facebook post, indicates a mending of fences between the two talented musicians.
Sista Afia’s Facebook post read, “FANCY GADAM, I really appreciate your apology; you are always going to be my brother. Let’s fly together ❤️ that’s all that matters ☝️❤️❤️ MUCH LOVE.” This gesture suggests a willingness to move past any past grievances and rebuild their musical relationship.
The genesis of this reconciliation likely stems from Fancy Gadam’s apology, possibly related to the incident where he boycotted Sista Afia’s King Solomon’s concert at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium due to a misunderstanding over performance fees a few years ago.
Sista Afia had previously expressed her resentment toward Fancy Gadam for the financial setback she faced as a result of his absence from the concert. Fancy Gadam clarified that the disagreement arose because Sista Afia and her team only agreed to his Ghc50,000 performance fee a week before the event. Given the short notice and the post-fasting period in the Islamic-dominated city of Tamale, his hometown, he found it impractical to influence his fans to attend.
Despite these past tensions, Fancy Gadam’s apology and Sista Afia’s gracious acceptance signal a fresh start and the possibility of future collaborations between these two influential figures in Ghana’s music scene. As they bury the hatchet, fans eagerly anticipate the harmonious melodies that may emerge from this rekindled camaraderie.