Nigerian singer, Skales, who was trolled on by a follower, had an epic reply for the follower who dragged him into an exchange.
His follower @ceoguts wrote in the comment section of a photo he shared;
‘Yur dress sense is weak…yur songs never last more than 2 weeks’.
Replying him, Skales wrote;
‘@ceoguts ur fada forgot to use condom and shrek looks way finer than you and ur life sucks obviously I’m in a suite paid for rightnow and ur ass is worried about my songs that last longer than ur mum and dad relationship cz u obviously lack home training cz u ain’t got a home 😁😁 clap for yourself u got one now’
Recall that in 2017, Skales who is one of the most trolled artiste in Nigeria, revealed that Olamide Adedeji alias ‘Badoo’ was the one who sponsored his ‘Shake body’ music video and since then his life has not been the same.
In response to his tweet, Olamide playfully chastised the shake body crooner over revealing what was supposed to be a secret between them.
Skales tweetd: “Guys I’ve been holding this back for so long but I gotta let the world know @olamide_YBNL …actually gave me cash to shoot ‘shakebody’ vid”
“Back then because I was super broke and couldn’t afford to shoot a video for that song I will neva forget it bro, thanks a lot, bro @olamide_YBNL
“And since then my life has never been the same….GOD BLESS ALL THE REAL AND TRUE ONES OUT THERE.”
The ‘Shake Body’ track was a lead single in his debut album, ‘Man Of The Year’. Skales has recorded over 200 songs and collaborated with numerous artists, including eLDee, Jeremiah Gyang, Banky W. and Knighthouse.
The rapper/singer had also been accused of copying Olamide. However he told Sunday Scoop;
“Because artistes inspire each other, I will never go against anyone who says I copied Olamide. He has always motivated me. I recently told the story of how he paid for my music video. He also told me that I have inspired him in so many ways. But he was not the first person to shoot a street video. Before I even released the video, we had a conversation about it.
“I didn’t try to copy anyone; it was just an inspiration. Next year, I plan to do more music that is relatable to the people on the streets because, at the end of the day, they are the people we do music for,” he added.