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How should I respond? Ruger asks after telling story of producer who ignored him in 2019 and now comes to his DM

ByRandall B. Phelps

Jan 21, 2022
  • Popular singer Michael Adebayo Olayinka better known as Ruger asks his fans a very important question on social media
  • Ruger revealed he begged a music producer in 2019 that he had no money, but he downright snubbed him
  • The singer said the producer was in his DM saying funny things and asked how he should deal with him. He also praised D’Prince for believing in him.

Music star Ruger called a music producer who failed to work with him because he had no money in 2019.

Ruger tweeted that despite pleading with tears, the producer refused and he’s now back to his DM saying some funny things.

Ruger opens up about a music producer who snubbed him in 2019. Credit: @rugerofficial
Source: Instagram

He wrote on Twitter:

“I remember in 2019 I contacted a producer, I told him that I had no money but that he should just listen to me. Loud crying face baba no gree oo Face with tears of joy.Now Hin Dey my DM Dey thread dust.Pls my people how should i answer him Pleading face Pls help me.

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Check out the tweet below:

Thank you prince

He also said that upcoming artists were browsing the works and thanked D’Prince for believing in him.

reactions

Nigerians reacted to his tweets, some of them also wondering who he helped.

Legit.ng chosen some of the comments, read below:

BiyiThePlug:

“How many upcoming artists do you sing with. Don’t let me gintar your second eye Ruger. Duke of Ibadan Mahjong red dragon tile”

AsiwajuLerry:

“All the upcoming artists in your DMs and comments sections, how many of them did you reply to for a free collab? If the guy holds him up that’s nonsense you tweet tbh. no funny again.”

Taye Olusola:

“Self-entitlement is one of a recording artist’s greatest enemies. You are not entitled to free music production. Pay your music producers their money and royalties. No one is come into the world to be your slave. Go learn music production if you can’t afford the services.”

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Mbahdey for you:

“Make him listen to you because it’s your dad who opens the studio to me.”

Ruger reveals how D’Prince found him

Legit.ng earlier reported that Ruger in an interview revealed that he used to fix phones at Ikeja Computer Village and make music next door.

The musician took fans through a miraculous journey of how he met D’Prince and signed with Jonzing World.

Ruger also said that the internet helps artists a lot these days, as he can attribute his success to the direct message he received from D’Prince.

Source: Legit.ng