K-Solo Slams Patoranking over Tribute to Timaya, Calls It ‘Fake Emotional Speech’

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Nigerian music producer, Solomon Oyeniyi, better known by his alias, K-Solo, has criticized singer Patoranking for paying appreciation to a fellow performer, Timaya.

Patoranking, a pop-dancehall performer, credited Timaya with his first major break during his show on Sunday night.

When Timaya joked that Patoranking didn’t include his name in his rave song “Celebrate me,” he responded.

Patoranking addressed his fans about how he met Timaya, slept in his house, and received a lot of encouragement from him when he was fighting to obtain a huge break during the event.

Timaya, according to Patoranking, made sure he had free studio time, which resulted in the hit track “Alubarika.”

K-Solo, who produced big singles for Patoranking’s Plantain Boy crooner, reacted to Patoranking’s tribute to Timaya by stating that Patoranking’s music span was numbered.

K-SOLO tweeted on Monday, “Otun ti Zeh o.

So I got tags from a few blogs who knew the humble beginnings of Pato, while he was giving Timi his fake Emotional Speech.

“Hmmmmm. When e bite am well, he will mention how we fed him and clothed him with studio time too. To mention few

“Apparently he needed Timi on that stage. If not, I wonder how he is not a Big Name to be remembered in his song. Only those feeding him presently.

“Finally for now, make nobody tag me again o, his music span is numbered, just like every other ones. Season’s Greetings Fam.”

He went on to say that he has never spoken anything negative about Patoranking, describing the Celebrate Me singer as an “ungrateful boy.”

K-Solo tweets, “I have never spoken bad about your ungrateful ways because I believe history will put you where u belong someday @patorankingfire

“You no say I bam from day zero and I owe you not a penny. I ever dey OK.

“At least show small respect to people who suffered and gave you a Voice. The first manager I got you spoke to me today and gave up.

“@hrm_angelseye_avartar I put her on her toes to make sure you were heard.

But you played her just like you always do.

“For those seeing this as clouting, na una wahala. You always hate it when people spit their truth.

“Nothing changes the truth. That Boy is who I believed in before you all knew him so allow me talk to him for the first time in years. Ungrateful boy @patorankingfire.”

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