Blaqbonez, a gifted rapper from Nigeria, writes on Twitter about other musicians who run streaming farms.
Blaqbonez, real name Emeka Akumefule, made headlines a week ago when he mocked singer Portable over his arrest.
Yesterday, Blaqbonez came out on social media to criticize Nigerian musicians who rely on streaming farms for chart success.
He hoped that one day the platforms would catch them so that everyone would know who the fraudster was.
You may recall that BNXN and Ruger engaged in a social media tiff over the subject of streaming farms.
There have also been allegations that some artists don’t entirely merit the praise they get.
“Portable is serving life sentence, till we meet again my bro” – Blaqbonez shades Zazoo star, shares their chat
Blaqbonez, a well-known rap artist, mocks the controversial singer Portable, who is scheduled to be charged on April 3rd.
Recall that the “Zazoo” actor was detained on Friday by the Ogun State Police command after putting up some early resistance. He will be charged on April 3rd.
Blaqbonez, in response to his arrest, went to Twitter to share the last conversation he had with Portable.
Portable had requested a music collaboration from him in the conversation they had shared in his customarily aggressive manner.
Blaqbonez claims that Portable had only just gotten in touch with him last week, and that he will now spend the rest of his life behind bars.
“damn just last week he said we should get in the studio, now he’s serving a life sentence. till we meet again my bro 💔🕊️,” he wrote.