Ruger’s claim that he had solo hit songs whereas BNXN (Buju) couldn’t make the same claim in response to a user on Friday, July 15, 2022, sparked a heated discussion on Nigerian Twitter.
The tweet drew numerous responses since it split people’s viewpoints, with some supporting Ruger and others criticising him for choosing the easy path.
In an unexpected turn of events, Omah Lay, who recently released his debut album “Boy Alone” on Friday, chose to comment on the topic.
Ruger had some guts to inform BNXN that he had no solo hits, according to a tweet from Omah Lay. Omah Lay went on to recount how Victony rather needlessly quoted his tweet with a “LOL,” and he came to the conclusion that both Ruger and Victony were young people looking for influence.
“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,” the tweet reads.
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 😂
— Omah Lay (@Omah_Lay) July 15, 2022
Omah Lay’s post attracted attention as was to be expected, with the bulk of people labelling it a ruse to promote his new album. The Afrobeats section of Nigerian Twitter has, in any case, had a pretty strange day.