- Nigerian music star, Jaywon, has taken to social media via his Twitter page to get some things off his chest
- The singer reacted after music producer, Masterkraft, claimed he got him signed to Kennis Music
- Jaywon did not appreciate it and warned Masterkraft not to let things take another turn
The Nigerian entertainment industry is a very large one with a lot of talented acts in the industry having someone or the other to thank for their breakthrough.
Despite that, it seems a lot of stars’ successes have been associated with others and they do not really appreciate it.
Just recently, Nigerian singer, Jaywon, took to social media to call out music producer, Masterkraft.
Jaywon reacted to reports that Masterkraft said he was the one who got him signed to Kennis Music. The This Year crooner, took to Twitter to say he also helped Masterkraft work with Flavour even before he met the singer.
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Tweeting further, Jaywon warned Masterkraft to calm down before issues escalate.
He wrote: “Say make I talk how I begged flavour to work with you before you ever met him. Sunny nweke calm down ooo and no let this thing enter another level. As I Dey my own ehn make you Dey your own ooo.”
See Nigerians reactions to the tweet below:
Vlad HD wrote: "Calm down baba...He appreciated ur work on ig at least"
White Kaftan General replied: "I think the Issh is masterkraft claiming he got Jaywon signed to kennis music..... his anger is right if we want to be honest."
See more reactions below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Grammy-nominated Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, took to social media to call out fellow musician, Ceeza Millie.
Ceeza had claimed that he wrote about 80% of Burna Boy's On The Low track and the singer was not having any of it.
According to Burna’s tweet, he asked Ceeza if he said any such thing and he denied it. The singer also threatened to deal with Ceeza by saying he hopes coronavirus catches him before he does.
Burna went ahead to set things straight about his talent by saying that he has never had any help writing any of his songs except one time with Peruzzi.
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