Gyakie has claimed that the songs’ lyrics are not about her personally and are instead intended for the audience as the majority of them may relate to them in various ways.
She admitted that it is really challenging for her to fall in love because she cannot identify who truly loves her and who just wants to ride along because of her celebrity, according to renowned Ghanaian humorist and TV/radio personality KSM on his KSM Show.
“So, I haven’t fallen in love because it is very difficult to tell who loves you for who you are or to tell who loves you because I am Gyakie and they want to brag about it, so that is another hazard,” Gyakie explained.
On the flip side, she said she might give love a try and succumb to the intricacies and power it wields.
She said, “Although there’s this fear and trying to make sure it is the best, I am still ready and very ready to mingle and give love a chance. So come, come, shot your shot!”
Similarly, she told Ghanaweb recently hovering on the same theme that although she mainly produces love songs, her songs are not reflexive of her life experience.
“I sing love songs for the listeners, but it doesn’t mean I’m in love or sing it out of love experience. Singing is what’s what I do. Maybe when I fall in love in the future, I’ll start feeling what my fans feel when they sing or listen to my songs. The music is for the fans.”
“When it comes to relationships, I don’t pay much attention to it. I’m in my corner, anything that comes my way I’ll gladly accept. At the moment I’m focusing on my studies so later on in the future when God sends someone to me, that’s fine.”