“Timaya Na Agbaya”: Buju BNXN Reveals Singer Called Him to React to Ruger and Omah Lay Social Media Diss

“Timaya Na Agbaya”: Buju BNXN Reveals Singer Called Him to React to Ruger and Omah Lay Social Media Diss

  • Fast-rising Nigerian singer Buju BNXN has finally addressed his recent social media fight with his contemporaries Ruger and Omah Lay
  • BNXN was on the Naija FM morning show recently, where he revealed that it was his senior colleague Timaya that called him and told him to react to the Twitter diss by Omah Lay
  • He also said that it was after he saw the tweets by Omah Lay and Ruger he fully understood what Burna Boy and Wizkid meant when they said the industry is fake

Fast-rising singer Buju BNXN finally talks about his recent social media back and forth between himself and his contemporaries Omah Lay and Ruger.

Recently, Buju BNXN was embroiled in a serious fight with Mavins record label signee Ruger as they both dragged each other's behind on the street of Twitter.

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Photos of Buju BNXN, Timaya, Omah Lay and Ruger
Buju BNXN reveals why he now responds when his contemporaries call him out on social media. Photo credit: @toyourears/@timayatimaya/@rugerofficial/omah_lay
Source: Instagram

Buju revealed that the first time Omah Lay dissed him on social media, he saw the tweet and didn't feel the need to respond until Timaya called him and told him he had to.

He noted that Timaya told him that it was the highest form of disrespect any of his colleagues could have accorded him and that if he didn't nip it in the bud soon, more would follow.

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Buju BNXN also slightly threw a dig, saying he doesn't know why his colleagues were calling him out, that he isn't like them, and that most of their songs are freestyle. Unlike him, he puts in more work and writes.

The For Days crooner further explained during the interview that after his contemporaries came for him, he got to understand what Burna Boy and Wizkid had warned him of that the music industry is very fake.

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BNXN revealed that even after the attacks, he still hasn't unfollowed either of Ruger and Omah Lay, and he still greets them when they meet at shows.

Watch an excerpt of the interview below:

See what netizens had to say about Buju BNXN's interview:


"Nah karma U self don bash people stop playing fam."


"Agbaya ni timaya Sha ."


"That I no dey freestyle thing got me like thank God say no be only me."


"Lmao and he had to mention that Timaya told him to react."

Get a solo hit, then talk to me, fatty bum-bum: Singers Ruger and Buju BNXN fight dirty on Twitter

Legit.ng recently reported that young Nigerian singers Michael Adebayo Olayinka, better known as Ruger and Daniel Benson, aka Buju or BNXN, engaged in a brutal social media war on Twitter.

The several hit makers seriously dragged each other over their works as they engaged in an online battle of supremacy.

Things got so intense between them that they let their emotions set in as they didn't just body-shame each other; they also talked down on each other's musical works and used unprintable words to qualify one another.

Source: Legit.ng

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Oke-Hortons Nosa (Senior entertainment editor) Oke-Hortons Nosa is a senior Entertainment Editor at Legit.ng. A graduate of Politics and Governance 2016 (KWASU), M.sc MILD (UNILAG). In 2022, I acquired a certificate in Digital publishing and advanced networking skills. I used to be a sports show presenter at KOKO. Previous work experience with Hortielaurieblogspot and KOKO.ng, culminating in over 7 years of work experience. Email: oke-hortons@corp.legit.ng

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