Wizkid Called Me And Told Me The Reason I Should Ignore You – Carter Efe To Ruger
Carter Efe, an upcoming musician and Instagram comic, informed his colleague Ruger that Wizkid instructed him to ignore him after he criticised the singer’s latest album ‘More Love Less Ego.’
Ruger was chastised on social media for reportedly referring to Wizkid’s “More Love, Less Ego” album as “noise.”
Ruger came to Twitter a few days after Wizkid’s new album was launched to apologise to his fans for enabling them to listen to noise.
He told his followers that his new songs, ‘Red Flags’ and ‘Asiwaju,’ would be better than anything else released that week. This irritated Wizkid’s fans, known as Wizkid FC, who dragged Ruger.
On the 15th of November, Ruger went live on Instagram to promote his new songs and Carter who joined the live decided to give his colleague a piece of his mind.
He intended to unfollow and ban Ruger following his tweet, but his father, Wizkid, persuaded him not to.
Wizkid, according to Carter Efe, instructed him to leave Ruger alone since he is a tiny lad who is entitled to make errors.
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The Afrobeats master infuses a combination of Afropop, Amapiano, and R&B vibes to create a feel-good groove and promote love above money on the 13-track More Love Less Ego album.
Speaking on the album, 32-year-old Wizkid had said, “I feel we need more love in our communities. We need to just be good to one another and appreciate life more. So, this album title and even the music is just my own way of making people feel good.”