- International singers Swae Lee and Drake recently collaborated in a new song
- The song which was produced by artist Tekno has attracted the comments of many Nigerians
- One fan of Drake pointed out that Drake used words like 'ikebe', 'bakasi' which he said must have been influenced by Tekno
- Drake reacted to the fan's comment by saying that he actually did his own research on what and what not to say
American singer Drake recently collaborated with his colleague Swae Lee to bring out a new song titled Won't Be Late. The track which was produced by Nigeria's own Tekno has stirred the reactions of many Nigerians.
One of the Nigerians who commented on the song identified as @johnfavour01 pointed out that Drake said words like 'ikebe' and 'bakasi' in the song.
Knowing that these words have their roots in Nigerian pop culture, the fan assumed that Drake was instructed by Tekno to use them.
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Drake reacted to this fan's comment by saying that he actually came up with the words himself after he did his own research. He, however, commended Tekno for giving the song a 'life-changing rhythm'.
See the dialogue below:
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Recently, Tekno attracted the wrath of the Nigerian federal government after a video of him and some half-clad ladies dancing on the streets of Lagos went viral. In fact, the FG promised to make a scapegoat out of him.
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