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The internet is hot with the revelations made by the Head of editorial and editor-in-chief of Pulse Africa Osagie Alonge, who attacked Wizkid in his Loose Talk Podcast, revealing what seems like some deep dark secret on his show, where he went on an emotional rage on Wizkid, dissecting his attitude and his relationship with his various managers.
According to Osagie and his team, Wizkid is a f**k boy who has stepped on a lot of toes in the Nigerian music industry including Dammy Krane, Mr. MayD and some of the people that used to be his past buddies hence he has no day-one friends due to his “F**kery*.
All his Day one where are they? Where is WillyBank, where is Piper? Where are they? Rotimi Rudeboy? where are the day ones? He’s meant to be a megastar, to have that drake run, but you’re fucking lazy and you’re on drugs…sleeping constantly. In Essence, I just want to say something, this is one insecure motherf**ker and it’s very clear to see”
Speaking of Dammy Krane, Osagie and his crew stated that Wizkid stole Dammy Krane’s Baba Nla and took it as his own. According to Osagie;
“He put MayD and DammyKrane in the house and you give all of them drugs, play beats and you make them drop their melodies and you take the melodies… do you think DammyKrane was lying when he said he recorded Baba Nla? It’s his record na…”
You’ll remember Dammy Krane has accused Wizkid in January 2016 of stealing intellectual properties from him, well, we do not know if this crew have fresh information or they’re feeding on the information Dammy Krane gave when the accusations were made as nothing of such was stated, and according to Osagie, they were unverified.
This latest episode of this podcast has become a hot social media issue as people are not just bashing the Podcast host, Osagie, but he revealed threats has also ben made to him and his family. The content of the podcast doesn’t just concern DammyKrane, it spanned from Wizkid’s relationship with his previous managers, Wizkid allegedly drugging and stealing from artists and also an emotion that came off wrong from Osagie.
Following the reactions, Osagie has taken down the podcast, edited and apologized to all who found it offensive, especially to Wizkid whom he tagged on the apology post but then words have been said and we hope the swords drawn would be sheathed back and issues solved without violence.