Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Tobechukwu Okoh, better known as Peruzzi has slammed a critic who rubbished his song.
A Twitter user had taken to the platform to claim that Peruzzi’s verse was overhyped on a track ‘Asake’ by Mr Money featuring Peruzzi & Zlatan Ibile.
“Y’all hyping Peruzzi like he did something extraordinary on that song,” He tweeted.
The majesty crooner in response slammed the troll and challenged him to produce whatever he feels is missing on the track.
In his words, “No vex, That thing wey you feel say I no do, tell your papa make e do am abeg.”
See their exchange below,
In other news, popular Nigerian singer-songwriter, Peruzzi has revealed how his boss, Davido has been impacting his life since they met.
According to him ever since he met Davido, he has been cashing out every year.
He stated this in reaction to a comment from a follower on Twitter who replied his post lambasting 2020.
It is no hidden knowledge that 2020 was a very challenging year for so many people, following the disasters that took place, particularly the coronavirus outbreak which caused normal life and activities to be altered.
Peruzzi, tweeting on Jan 1, was finally happy that 2020 was done.
Then the follower with handle @IgbinadolorPaul pointed out how he cashed out in the year that had been turbulent.
”Buh u cash out last year sha”, he tweeted.
The singer replied saying;
”I Dey Cash Out Every Year Since I Met @davido’‘
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