Ruger Shades BNXN Over His “Bad Since 97” EP

 Ruger criticises BNXN regarding his “Bad since97” EP

Ruger shades BNXN over his “Bad since 97” EP

Jonzing world artist, Ruger has resumed his beef with his colleague turned nemesis, BNXN.

Ruger took to Twitter today, the 25th of August to shade BNXN over the singer’s recently released EP.

BNXN recently dropped his studio extended play (EP) tagged, ‘Bad Since 97‘ featuring three Nigerian music heavyweight exports which are, Wande Coal on the tune, ‘Kenkele‘, Wizkid on ‘Many Ways’ and Olamide on ‘Modupe‘.

While the project has climbed the ranks on Apple Chart, Ruger seems to attribute this success to the features on the project.

According to him, Buju can only talk to him when he gets a solo hit and not depend on features.

In his words;

“Get a solo hit then talk to me fatty bum bum”


Recall that the two music stars were entangled in a beef in July when Ruger in response to a troll stated that he is 100 times better than Buju.

Stating that why he is a superior artiste, Ruger declared that he has hits with no features unlike Buju.

While the Twitter supremacy debate was raging, BNXN responded on the multimedia messaging platform, Snapchat, with a three-part statement in which he articulated his reaction to Ruger’s claim of being a greater artist.

According to BNXN, who claimed to be a fan of Ruger, his artwork exists on a different scale because he does not have to share his earnings and has worked with legends while being an independent artist.

He revealed that Ruger still owns D’Prince’s money, but he has time to tweet about being the better artiste.

He also fired shots at Ruger’s claim of having better numbers, stating that his debut project Sorry I’m Late ranks higher than Ruger’s two EPs; The Second Wave and the deluxe.

He concluded by warning Ruger and others like him to stop showing him fake love.

Then, Ruger didn’t respond to the drag until now with the arrival of BNXN’s new project.

We wonder how BNXN will respond to this.

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