Singer Oluwajuwonlon Iledare, popularly known as Jaywon, has blasted his colleague, Ọlawale Ibrahim Ashimi, better known as Brymo, over his alleged disrespect of renowned Nigerian singer, Innocent Idibia, a.k.a. 2Face.
Jaywon chastised Brymo in a video he shared on Instagram on Saturday following the latter’s comment over the status of 2Face in the Nigerian music industry.
Following a letter threatening a lawsuit against him over allegations he made against 2Face, Brymo responded, saying: “Bros!!.. your reign is over, stay at home!!.. start a farm. Na music we dey do for here, no be godfather we dey form!”
Reacting, Jaywon said even though the allegations against 2Face are messy, Brymo should not have expressed his grievances against the “Africa Queen” crooner in a disrespectful manner on social media.
According to the “This Year” singer, Brymo is probably been pushed and deceived by his fans to disrespect 2Face due to the plaudits he (Brymo) is getting over his newly released albums.
Jaywon warned the “Ara” singer that hat the journey will not end well for him if he keeps saying all sorts of things about 2Face.
He said: “So for the past few days now, I’ve been seeing posts about Brymo saying all sorts of things about 2face.
“We know this situation is kinda messy and unpleasant but Brymo, you chop witch? Because I don’t understand how you Brymo can open your mouth and say that 2face’s reign is over, 2face should go and sit down, or 2face should go and turn farmer.
“So You’re the one doing good music. Which good music are you doing? Or your fans are now deceiving you by telling you that you’re doing good music.
“That’s why you now feel like you can disrespect 2face and say anything you want to 2face.
“Brymo, it’s as if this overconfidence wants to kill you. Yes we love you and we love your music. But this journey that you want to embark on will not end well for you.”
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