Brymo, the Nigerian singer, has taken a swipe at those calling him out over his recent controversial comments about 2Baba.


The ‘Ara’ crooner had in a lengthy Twitter thread on Monday alleged that 2Baba once falsely accused him of sleeping with his wife.

His post has continued to elicit mixed reactions, with some users lambasting him over his claim against the ‘African Queen’ singer.

Some of his critics had also challenged him to explain what happened in clear terms.


But in a series of follow-up tweets on Tuesday, Brymo disclosed that “some things should never be said”. He also revealed that he had held the thoughts private for long before he eventually opened up.

“And hush your ‘complicated writing’ and ‘too much drug’ banter, ya’ll will learn about indignation this time.. some things should never be said, and when spewed must be retracted right there.. this is war and it’s my easy win, I waited almost two years to start!!” he wrote.

“Most of you are down, excitedly too at such prospects, why your big mouths come ajar singing ‘it’s not that deep’..una dey mad??. First it was assault and rape, now this.. una really wicked.. I’m not that guy, won’t let you pretend I am…

“Innocent Idibia will never accuse another artiste this way ever again..this is the last time!!!… I waited, and now I’ll tell every soul how he runs around publicly feigning humility.. while privately having the self esteem of family and friends for dessert!!.: No more!!”


He also slammed those asking him to divulge what transpired between him and 2Baba, wondering if they had more knowledge of the incident than him.


“E be like say una know pass me.. make una talk .. I sure say my timing shock una.. una don forget the script wey dem give una when e Been Dey hot..! Talk .. wetin really happen?!” he added in a mixture of English and Pidgin.


2Baba is still yet to speak on the allegation as of the time of this report.

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