Spyro, the Nigerian singer, has linked up with Shallipopi, his colleague, a few days after criticising his song.


During an interview last week, Spyro slammed Shallipopi over the lyrics of his hit song ‘Elon Musk’.

The singer said the lyrics “para dey body” could inadvertently be promoting fraudulent behaviour.

He argued that the things people say can have a powerful influence on their thoughts and actions.


“You become what you see and say, if you are saying ‘para dey body’ before you know, that is where fraud starts from,” he said.

Spyro’s remark ignited heated discussions across various social media platforms.

In his response via X, Shallipopi warned that he is not a street artiste.


He also argued that he owns “an entirely different planet” and is “not an artiste of this earth”.


On Sunday, Sypro shared a video on Instagram of himself interacting with Shallipopi in a studio.

The pair were seen giggling and shaking hands while having a discussion.

In an accompanying caption, Spyro wrote, “@theycallmeshallipopi Pluto is active.”

Born Oludipe David, Spyro gained fame after releasing the hit song ‘Who Is Your Guy’ in November 2022.


On March 3, the singer combined with Tiwa Savage for the remix of the song.

Spyro also vowed that he would never create “ungodly music” in June.

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