Some Nigerian artistes have spoken up after accusations that some of them make use of streaming farms to pad up their music.
Ruger took to his Twitter page on Wednesday night to accuse a particular artiste of using different mechanisms to stay on top of the game.
He revealed that the said artiste forces people to listen to their songs through ads and by paying influencers to make the song trend on social media platforms.
Responding, Blaqbonez said that those using streaming farms for their music will be exposed soon.
“All of you using streaming farms would be exposed soon. Awon Hushpuppi,” he tweeted.
Yemi Alade quoted Blaqbonez’s tweet and said that it is the realest she has seen.
“Never saw a " realler " tweet! Somebody pls frame this tweet for me. I want to hang it on my wall.”
Never saw a " realler " tweet! Somebody pls frame this tweet for me. I want to hang it on my wall https://t.co/GUB4In6md3— ✊? yemialade (@yemialadee) November 23, 2022
Olakira also added his comment, saying that fans are quick to criticize artistes who are not paying for streams.
He added that artistes who pay for streams are ruining the industry for the genuine ones.
“And If you no dey pay these streaming farms, one guy from abule agba go borrow data come online talk say you fall off.
“Y’all ruining the industry for genuine hustlers, Judgement day dey come.”
Y’all ruining the industry for genuine hustlers, Judgement day dey come— Olakira ? (@IamOlakira) November 23, 2022