“They’re Cowards, That’s Why They Travel in Groups” – Brymo Calls Out 2Face, Davido, and Burnaboy for Criticizing Him (Video)

"They're Cowards, That's Why They Travel in Groups" - Brymo Calls Out 2Face, Davido, and Burnaboy for Criticizing Him (Video)

In a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo, Brymo made some startling revelations about the music industry that are sure to leave jaws dropping.

The singer began by asserting that there isn’t a single Nigerian artist, living or deceased, whose music can captivate listeners for a continuous two-hour stretch, except his own.

Brymo also alleged that he has been targeted by fellow artists such as 2Face, Davido, and Burnaboy, though he refrained from delving into specifics. However, he characterized them as “chickens,” insinuating their inability to stand alone and their tendency to operate in groups.

Addressing his past issues with Simi, Brymo called out Adekunle Gold, suggesting a contentious backstory involving sorcery. He expressed frustration over rumors that Adekunle Gold allegedly sought intimacy with Simi before collaborating on a song, and criticized him for subsequently gifting her a car.

Transitioning from Adekunle Gold to 2Face Idibia, Brymo hinted at rumored indiscretions involving Annie Idibia. However, he emphasized his desire to avoid conflict with 2Face, which led him to distance himself.

This interview isn’t the first instance of Brymo airing grievances against fellow artists. He has a history of engaging in public disputes, with one of the most notable being his feud with Burnaboy.

Regarding Adekunle Gold’s clash with Brymo, it stemmed from allegations that Brymo had demanded intimate favors from Simi before agreeing to collaborate on a song.

In response to recent remarks by SamKlef, claiming credit for the success of artists like Simi, Adekunle Gold issued a pointed retort, indicating his disapproval of SamKlef’s assertions.

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