- Nigerian artiste Teni has reacted to a young lady's opinion about her new album titled Wondaland
- The young lady had faulted the singer for having lots of songs on her album, saying nobody would listen to it
- After Teni's response to the lady, many people took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts
Nigerian artiste Teni has taken to social media to react to a statement by a Nigerian lady over her new album.
Teni recently released an album titled Wondaland which is generating mixed reactions from music lovers in the country.
The lady with the Twitter handle @_maleficient had on Friday, March 19 faulted the singer for having 17 tracks on her album, saying it's only artistes with massive fanbase that should try such.
She wrote on Twitter:
"Why Teni go put 17 songs for album,who be her fan? Na who get fans they do somethings o."
Reacting to the tweet, Teni asked the lady to return the money she collected for tweeting such.
The artiste tweeted:
"Who paid you? Return their money!!!!! Weyrey."
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"The way pple drag creative works here is appalling. Twitter is for artiste that has blown on other apps and is already known. Upcoming acts can't thrive here. I love Burna. Most of the dragging he does online is done here. Man gives real love to fans elsewhere. Violence app."
"Just a taste of your own medicine, dear. Trolls are sweet until they hit home."
"This is what most celebrities don't understand, out of all the beautiful praises from well meaning fans, you air them & get concerned about the haters."
In other news, Nigerian singer David Adeleke aka Davido has been given a lot of credit for extending a helping hand to colleagues in the music industry and that is exactly what he did again some weeks ago.
Fellow singer, Teni, took to her page on Twitter with a note of appreciation to Davido for coming through for her.
The singer disclosed that Davido came to her music video shoot, stayed with her for about eight hours and did everything that he was asked to do.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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