Trouble dey sleep, yanga go wake am.
Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Michael Adebayo Olayinka, popularly known as Ruger, is again at loggerheads with his colleague, Daniel Benson, known as BNXN after the release of his sophomore EP ‘Bad Since 97’.
Following the release of BNXN’s sophomore EP titled ‘Bad Since 97, the artiste on Twitter celebrated his album reaching the number one spot on Nigeria’s Apple Music Album Chart.
In his post, BNXN used the caption “What if I, What if I, What if I… Cook” which is likely a derivation of Ruger’s hit single ‘Girlfriend’.
The post comes as a swipe at Ruger with whom he recently had a public spat over his hitmaker status.
Ruger reacted with a tweet “Get a solo hit, then talk to me, fatty bum bum.”
In response to Ruger’s tweet, BNXN in a series of tweets wrote, “Man had to body shame? Project #1, and I didn’t have to whine my waist. Think you’re moving funny? I’ll be Sam loco. Let’s go. Baba Fryo swag-jacking pirate.
“The project will ALWAYS be more important than the hit! Look at Burna Boy! That’s my yardstick, you think I wanna blow with 1/2 songs and I no fit come back? When he was dropping you didn’t call those songs hits back then but you see now? Open your eye patch oloriburuku.
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I think Buju is being insensitive and childish. What’s the meaning of “What if I, What if I, What if I… Cook” .
I’m not siding anyone, but Ruger is right. Buju need to get a solo hit single first before bragging. All his hits songs are featured songs.
Well, the first is getting more interesting. Maybe they’ll go physical soon.
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