Singer Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed better known by his stage name, Bella Shmurda has revealed how he missed his former girlfriend.
Shmurda in a post said he misses a lady he once dated but fell short in telling his fans who this special lady was except adding that this woman was a good friend.
Shmurda wrote; ”Miss my ex, she was a good friend”
Meanwhile, Nigerian mainstream entertainers recently showed massive love to newcomer in the industry Bella Shmurda on his birthday which fell on January 28, 2022.
Shmurda hosted a lavish party reportedly at Wave Beach and they later moved to one of the big clubs in Lagos which was attended by some of the big boys in the music industry.
The likes of Wizkid, Timaya, Kogbagidi and Zlatan Ibile were all there to make his day a memorable one.
Elsewhere, Sean Kuti has backed Shatta Wale’s infamous outburst aimed at Nigerians shortly after he sold out the Accra Sports stadium during his Christmas concert dubbed Freedom Wave.
Shatta Wale infamously slammed Nigerian artistes and all players of the Nigerian music industry wrapped in obscenities for doing little to promote Ghana music and their artistes in their country whereas they receive massive love here in Ghana.
Although the storm circling around Wale’s controversial statement which caused a tsunami on the Ghanaian and Nigerian section of the social media has waned, Seun has recently shared his opinion on it saying there’s nothing wrong with what the Ghanaian Dancehall artiste said.
He however pointed out that Wale did not articulate his speech the way it should have been propagated to achieve the result he wanted. Kuti took to social media to say;
Shatta Wale has a point, but he didn’t know how to articulate it. Beyonce for instance gets more airplay in Nigeria than my dad, Fela, not to talk of me. It isn’t about us Africans. It’s the ¡mperialists who have control over these things. We’re óppressed on our very own soil.