He asserted that his supporters denounced his music to the global streaming service in large numbers because they so detested him.
Jamopyper refused to specify which song he meant, although it seems likely that he meant his most recent hit, “Nonstop,” which also features Peruzzi.
When the song vanished from the top of the charts after spending time there, he blamed Nigerians, which infuriated fans, who then accused him of utilizing a streaming farm.
The musician posted on Twitter, saying “Una sha use hate report my song, Omoh!”
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Una sha use hate report my song, Omoh! 😐
— JAMOPYPER (@iam_jamopyper) August 5, 2023
Remember how Blaqbonez alleged that several Nigerian musicians purchased “fake streams” to elevate their tracks on the Apple Music Nigeria chart?
He said that the majority of the top 20 songs on the chart made it because the chart is influenced by a “fake stream” technique known as “streaming farm.”
The rapper made the claim during a recent interview on Cool FM Nigeria, which was co-hosted by reality star Tacha.