Boss Chic Lousika aka Christelle Akua Sika Amankona, the lady rapper, says the best way anyone can describe her is a rebel.
“If I had been born in a revolutionary era, I would have been a Black Panther, a hardcore, a Yaa Asantewaa of our time”, she told Showbiz last Saturday.
Lousika was chit-chatting about various subjects including her costumes and revealed that she is not bothered at all when people criticise her for wearing unusual clothes.”
In Europe nobody cares about what you wear”, she said. ”I have a French background and I know that most artists dress according to their cultural background, career and genre of music they represent”
Talking about where she gets her inspiration from and how she takes criticisms that come her way, she said that she is motivated by her fans, family and even those who hate her. “If I listen to people, I will not live my life because even if I change, some people will still not like me”.
According to Lousika, her creativity, adventurousness and imagination informs her about which costume is best for which event. Moreover, she likes to borrow costume concepts from her favourite foreign artistes and does not see the reason why people should have issues with what she wears if they, the foreigners see nothing wrong with what those artists wear.
“Sometimes too, I just want to provoke people to talk about me, to make me the center of attraction”. She made it clear however that she does not support nudity or any kind of indecency.
The 19 year old Boss Chic who claimed that she was not in any relationship, said that she simply did not have the time for any commitment although she had a crush on another artiste in the past. “But I like “crazy” people, people who are energetic, who have got swag and cited, Promzy of VIP, Edem and Sarkodie as examples of her kind of men.
Currently, Lousika said she has six songs, three released with videos, has collaborations going with Okyeame Kwame, 4×4, Sarkodie, Kwaw Kesse, Trigmatic and is looking forward to have one with Abrewanana and Obrafour.
In response to what she had for her fans, she said, “I encourage young people to have hope, dream big, push forward and never allow the words of people to bring them down”.
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