Nigerians criticise Lil Baby over his verse on Davido's new song, he responds

Nigerians criticise Lil Baby over his verse on Davido's new song, he responds

- Lil Baby has reacted following criticisms concerning his verse on Davido's new song, So Crazy

- Many Nigerian music lovers did not seem pleased with the rapper's delivery on the song

- In a recent post, he announced he was done with features and would be focusing on his album

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American rapper, Lil Baby, has announced he would no longer be doing features as he now wants to focus on his album.

The rapper announced this in a recent tweet following the release of Davido's song, So Crazy, which he featured in.

Nigerians criticize Lil Baby over his verse on Davido's new son, he responds
Lil Baby has announced he will no longer be doing features. Photo credit: @lilbaby_!, @davido/Instagram
Source: Instagram
"It was fun while it lasted. No More features from Lil Baby #albummode"

See post below:

The new song sparked mixed reactions online as not so many people enjoyed Lil Baby's verse.

See some reactions below:

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Lil Baby responded to criticism from Nigerian music lovers as regards his verse on the song.

He took to his Twitter account and wrote:

"I’m from the trenches how the fucc ima turn down 100 racks to talk but it’s some bigger in store tho."

See tweet below:

Meanwhile, David Adeleke who is popularly called Davido may have gotten himself yet another young fan with one of his latest release, FEM.

A video is currently trending online in which a little girl is seen dancing to the hit song which has enjoyed massive airplay.

The little girl was not just doing any dance. After moving her body from left to right, she backed the camera and attempted to twerk.

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In other news, the singer was cautioned on social media after reducing about N1.4 billion ($3 million) to a paltry sum of money.

The drama started after a Twitter user, @mmafiasco, called out the singer for calling on artistes to request for more from brands than endorsement deals.

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