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‘Bones Are For Dogs, Meat Is For Men’ – Eno Barony Says As She Flaunts Her Enviable Body

Ghanaian rap goddess, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom who is widely known as Eno Barony in showbiz has taken to social media to show that indeed she is a force to reckon with when it comes to body and physique.

‘Bones Are For Dogs, Meat Is For Men’ – Eno Barony Says As She Flaunts Her Enviable Body
‘Bones Are For Dogs, Meat Is For Men’ – Eno Barony Says As She Flaunts Her Enviable Body

In a recent post she made on her verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Twitter, she shared some photos of herself and in the photos, she flaunted her enviable body.

The caption that accompanied the photos suggested that she has enough meat on her body. The caption reads;

“Bones are for dogs Meat is for men”

‘Bones Are For Dogs, Meat Is For Men’ – Eno Barony Says As She Flaunts Her Enviable Body
‘Bones Are For Dogs, Meat Is For Men’ – Eno Barony Says As She Flaunts Her Enviable Body

 

This post comes just a few days after she dropped her latest single dubbed, OKAY. In a recent submission, Eno Barony took her fans down memory lane.

Speaking in a recent interview, Eno Barony spoke about how something sensitive happened to her during her infancy.

According to her, due to the sensitive nature of the matter, she does not like speaking about it, however, she hinted that she might do a documentary about it.

She made this known in a recent interview she had on the popular Ghanaian radio station, Hitz FM and in her submission, she said;

“Something happened to me during my infancy. It’s very sensitive, therefore I do not really like talking about it. I might do a project on it though.

I used to talk about domestic violence a lot because a lot of people were going through that. I also realized that children also go through some form of abuse.”

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