“Awon werey”: BNXN criticizes CKay for withdrawing from a song because of Blaqbonez.

Miclenz Kimbiblog
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Daniel Benson, a Nigerian singer who goes by the stage name BNXN, has responded to CKay’s claim that he failed to hop a song with him because of Blaqbonez, a rapper.

On Thursday, Chukwuka Ekweani, better known as Ckay, stated that the “Gwagwalada” singer decided not to appear on his most recent song, Hallelujah.

He revealed that the single was supposed to be released in multiple versions with BNXN, Seyi Vibez, and Blaqbonez, but that the first two might not be possible for personal reasons.

Ckay said BNXN opted out when he heard Blaqbonez’ verse while Seyi’s team simply did not give him a clear feedback.

The ‘Love Nwantiti’ crooner, however, said that Hallelujah represents his journey from a poor upbringing to where he is today.

He wrote; “The bnxn version of HALLELUJAH may never come out. he asked to be ‘excused’ from the song when he heard blaqbonez’ verse and i simply granted his wish. seyi vibez version may also never come out because his team didn’t clear it. maybe the verse was too personal, maybe it was too deep…i fully respect it.

But at the end of the day, HALLELUJAH represents my journey from the trenches to where i am today. Blaqbonez is my bro for real and we share a lot more than a lot of you might think, but that’s a story for another day. I appreciate the love and support of the TRUE fans. i won’t be here without you.”

Taking to his Twitter account late Thursday night, BNXN who was angry about the claim shaded him with an insult in Yoruba.

He wrote; “Awon werey ?”


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