The singer took to his Instagram story on Monday to pour out his heart while dissing God-knows-who regarding a supposed released statement.
Seyi Vibez pressed on to brag about being independent in his career and wouldn’t need the help of a record label to be successful. He further compared himself to Olamide Badoo; referring to himself as his Junior.
He said in the Yoruba language, “I didn’t say you shouldn’t drop the statement. There is loads of music on the ground; normal thing. I am on my own.”
Seyi further shared lyrics of Olamide’s song where it stated, “They said I act like a drug baron. I’m a one-man mopol, I don’t have a record label; where I got to they couldn’t.”
While promoting his latest song, ‘Hatrick’ in another Instastory post, he wrote in Yoruba, “You’re dead if you don’t like me.”
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