Nigerian singer and songwriter, Ruger who is signed to Jonzing world, a label owned by D’prince has taken to social media to sneak diss Kizz Daniel.
Via a post on Twitter, Ruger announced “TANZANIA !!!! I’m here, and I didn’t leave my bags behind. We’ll see you on October 1st”. A post which is believed to be a direct reference to the Kizz Daniel situation in August.
Recall Kizz Daniel had refused to perform at a show in Tanzania months ago after he was reported to have collected a whopping $60k. Kizz Daniel giving his reason for not showing up to, the promoter, said his bag was yet to arrive.
Fans have taken to social media to laugh and further intensify the possibilities of Ruger’s post being a subtle shade at Kizz Daniel.
So far, both Ruger and Kizz Daniel have not given off any reason why there should be any beef or bad blood between them, so we are believing his post was just a playful joke.
In an earlier interview, Ruger advised his fellow budding artistes on handling fame.
The Dior Crooner said, “First, they should remember where they came from, so that they would not lose focus. I will also advise them to limit the way they go out. If they go everywhere, they will hear all kinds of things.
Many people do things for their selfish interests. If you go out too much, you may be misled by what other people are saying they heard about a particular person. It is good to be a bit reserved. As an artiste, you should focus on your craft. Rome was not built in a day. A person cannot just ‘blow up’ (experience a breakthrough in the industry) in one day. You have to keep working and believing in your efforts. Also, keep believing in God.”
Ruger who has for the past few weeks been touring different cities, shared the experience, “For me, it is a reminder that I have to keep believing (in myself). I cannot afford to rest on my laurels. I cannot sit back and say that I have become successful and that people are now singing my songs. Rather, it is a reminder that I have to keep going hard. Whenever I go out and I hear people singing my songs word-for-word, it encourages me to do better. When I go to shows and I get a good reception, I get more ideas to go back to the studio and make other songs. The ideas are not just for the studio alone but for my social media posts as well to make my fans happy.”