- Nigerian singer Mr Eazi has come so far in life and his career, and a tweet from a fan got him protesting on social media
- The fan revealed that he misses the Mr Eazi of 2013, and in a reply to him, the singer rejected the tweet invoking God's name
- To further buttress his earlier reply, Eazi added that the version of him the fan misses is a broke one
A fan recently made singer Mr Eazi travel down memory lane after he dropped a tweet expressing how much he misses the 2013 version of the singer.
The fan, identified as King Fiz with a sad emoji, wrote on Twitter that he longs for the Eazi everyone had in 2013.'
In a short reply to him, Eazi rejected King Fiz's statement.
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The singer wrote:
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A Twitter user who found the exchange funny disclosed that King Fiz wanted to degrade the singer who had managed to upgrade himself.
Eazi's reply read:
"Baba dey miss broke me! Abeg o!"
See the exchange below:
Netizens react to Mr Eazi's tweets
"He wants to see your throwback form "
"But you get vibes that year oo abeg forget money your fame was hot."
"On a whole different level now IDAN."
" might be the songs back then... People were always confused why I was addicted to it."
" you go progress, people go dey wish for the old you. Say wetin happen ?"
"When Mr Eazi wasn't recognised??? Dammn I love Mr Eazi of 2023.. super wealthy G wey dey motivate & inspire men like me."
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"Music wise tho 2013 Mr eazi was untouchable, that long neck gave the music special effects."
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