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  • Omah Lay Reacts To Ruger’s Statement About ‘Being Better Than Buju’


    Nigerian recording artiste, Omah Lay has joined the ongoing conversation about who is a better artiste between singers, Ruger and Buju who is also known as BNXN.

    Omah Lay in his post on Twitter frowned at Ruger’s statement about being better than his colleague, Buju.

    The ‘Dior’ singer who recently got an invitation from Christian Dior to attend the Men’s Summer Christian Dior at the Paris Fashion Week, explained why he is better than his colleague, Buju after he was compared to him.

    During a Twitter conversation on Thursday, July 14, a Twitter user took the social media to state that Buju is better than Ruger and there is nothing he can do about it because he is low budget Samuel Jackson.

    The user wrote:

    Lol bnxn is better than you 😂 and there’s nothing you can do about it you this low budget Samuel L Jackson”.

    Reacting, the Jonzing records signee admitted that Buju is good but not better than him because everything he has done since the beginning was “only RUGER“.

    Replying further, the upcoming musician said he is always proud going on stage around the world with his own hits.

    He wrote:

    I love buju he’s good but he’s not better than me. Everything I’ve done since the beginning was only RUGER. All my hits are JUST RUGER. I’m always proud going on stage around the world with my own hits and everyone is singing along. You see the difference?

    Reacting to the conversation on Twitter, Omah Lay slammed Ruger for saying he is better than Buju.

    The artiste who also recently released his debut studio album, Boy Alone also called out Victony in his statement on Twitter.

    He wrote;

    Ruger get mind dey talk about bnxn like that for this app smh!! mofos do anything for clout out here, same way Victony lol my tweet the other time, y’all are really kids

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