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Nigerians will regret not supporting my music - Whitemoney

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By Taiwo Okanlawon

Big Brother Naija reality star winner and singer, Hazel Oyeze Onou also known as Whitemoney, has vowed that Nigerians will regret not supporting his music career when he eventually becomes accepted internationally.

He noted that Nigerians did the same thing to Grammy-winning singer Burna Boy and when he became successful they tagged him “proud” for not being affordable to Nigerian show promoters.

Speaking in a recent interview with Echoo Room, the reality star winner vowed that Nigerian show promoters would regret not supporting him once he became successful globally.

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He said, “Nigerian promoters did the same thing they are doing to me to Burna Boy and Davido. They don’t believe in their sounds but when the outsiders [foreigners] are appreciating you, they [Nigerians] would be forced to now believe in you and they will pay times two.

“Nigerian promoters will regret not supporting my music. Your only prayer should be that I shouldn’t make it in this music industry because if I make it, you all will pay.”

Whitemoney also boasted that he doesn’t have rival in the music industry, stressing that his style of music is unique.

“I’m a king in my lane. For me, nobody rivals my talent. You’re good in your way but me I am the king. That’s why I have my own genre. I don’t do Afrobeats or highlife. My genre is Kumkum,” he said.

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