The entrepreneur had recently put out the track, which is his first song since he won this year’s edition of the show.
But ‘Selense’ has continued to receive negative reviews on social media platforms, with some Nigerians urging White Money to ditch his music ambition and concentrate on exploring other potentials.
Speaking with Cool FM on Tuesday, the singer said he remains unperturbed by the criticisms trailing his new song.
The 29-year-old, who claimed he would win a Grammy award next year, also called out those comparing him with some past winners of the show that also ventured into music.
He said music has always been something he loves but lacked the platform to showcase his talent until his stint on BBNaija.
“By this time next year I’ll get a Grammy, a lot of hate comments come around. A lot of comparisons, they tend to compare with past winners. They say every Big Brother housemate wants the go into music,” he said.
“But I do not want to go into music, I have been in music it’s just that I didn’t have the platform like every other musician who needs a platform to showcase.”
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