12 Jun 2019

Speed Darlington wishes death on Nigerian music bloggers

Speed Darlington wishes death on Nigerian music bloggersControversial US-based Nigerian rapper Speed Darlington, has slammed Nigerian music bloggers: owners of NotJustOK and Naijaloaded for dishing out his song for free download on their platforms.
The singer, angrily  wishes death on the music platforms and the owners for uploading his songs latest release Akamu.
He took to his Instagram page moments ago to post his rant:
Speed Darlington, while promoting his song Akamu (PAP) said PAP actually connotes his political party as he claims he is aspiring to become Nigeria’s next president in the year 2023.
In his post, he mentioned that if the song goes viral and he makes enough money from it, he will have the required funds to run for the Presidency and promised all African-Americans in the United States of America free Nigerian citizenship if he emerges the President of Nigeria.
Speed Darlington wishes death on Nigerian music bloggersControversial US-based Nigerian rapper Speed Darlington, has slammed Nigerian music bloggers: owners of NotJustOK and Naijaloaded for dishing out his song for free download on their platforms.
The singer, angrily  wishes death on the music platforms and the owners for uploading his songs latest release Akamu.
He took to his Instagram page moments ago to post his rant:
Speed Darlington, while promoting his song Akamu (PAP) said PAP actually connotes his political party as he claims he is aspiring to become Nigeria’s next president in the year 2023.
In his post, he mentioned that if the song goes viral and he makes enough money from it, he will have the required funds to run for the Presidency and promised all African-Americans in the United States of America free Nigerian citizenship if he emerges the President of Nigeria.
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