Gyakie one of Ghana's fast rising artist who has storm the world in recent days, has sent a response to her critics, who say she is not diverse enough.
Without being affected by the fact that Gyakie has tried to move high in the music industry in Ghana within a very short time. Some people still don't appreciate herefforts, saying different things about her, even to the extent that some say she is a one way artist, meaning she can't do different things aside what she is used to.
Gyakie who is determined to do what she wants, is not tortured with the comment of her critics.
In a post Gyakie posted on her social media page as a response to her critics, Gyakie indicted on her twitter post as " Rome wasn't built in one day! Beautiful things take time" she wrote.
Gyakie who is very young in the music business knows what she is about, she keeps on demonstrating a high level of maturity in her response to the Comment people make about her.
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