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Ruger Shades Former Record Label, Jonzing World

Nigerian singer, Michael Olayinka Adebayo, aka Ruger has clapped back at a fan making fun of him while making reference to his former record label, Jonzing World.
Recall that the singer left his former record label, Jonzing World, led by popular singer D’Prince, on February 6, 2024.

Ruger disclosed that he had been repeatedly exploited and was dissatisfied with his contract, claiming that his money was being used to fund new artists.

Just recently, a fan asserted that Ruger have had no hit song since he left his former record label. The fan, efekoga wrote: “No Hit since you left jonzing.”
In response, Ruger wrote: “no hit for Jonzing since I left Jonzing.”
Read some reactions from netizens”
sir_tigga said: “But he has dropped some really nice songs since he left jonzing”
chiomakayy said: “Every song doesn’t have to be a hit. He has been putting out good songs since he left and he getting the bag. That’s all that matters.”
amara_shuga said: “He fires nice shoots at prince any chance he gets”
_dextermiles advised: “And before you pitch a tent on either sides, understand that you don’t know enough about the story to do so.”
danmolejr noted: “He’s doing wayyy better than jonzing.. and he’s getting same peanut (or more) they were giving him, only difference is he’s doing it at his own pace.”
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Enormous World of D’Prince Reveals First Female Signee

The creator of Jonzing World, D’Prince, has signed his first female client.

On Monday, the woman known as Bagetti was revealed on Instagram.

He penned

“Jonzing World is happy to announce the arrival of @bagettiofficial, our first female artist, to the family. The statement said, “We are incredibly happy of the development and the steadfast support from all of you.

And now that it has a more optimistic and forward-thinking viewpoint, Jonzing World is prepared to present its first lady.

“Baggetti has a very clear vision for the future: to utilize music, which unites people everywhere, to inspire and uplift, to foster harmony and variety, and to leave a lasting impression.

“Her journey is just getting started, but her uplifting songs will never go away and will always motivate change.”

As a result, prepare yourself for an entirely new level of experience with the most recent industry revelation—many more thrilling occurrences are yet to come.

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Days After Leaving D’Prince’s Label, Ruger Says, “I Denounce Every Loyalty To Some Godfather”

Michael Adebayo Olayinka, better known by his stage name Ruger, is a Nigerian singer who has broken from godfathers.

After departing from Jonzing World Records, which is controlled by D’Prince, the younger brother of renowned music executive Don Jazzy, he made the criticism.

On February 6, 2023, Ruger announced his departure from Jonzing World on Instagram. He expressed his gratitude to D’Prince and Jonzing World, but he also stated that it was time for him to place a bet on himself.

In a recent freestyle named “Blownboy,” which was published under his own label, Blown Boy Entertainment, the singer said that he was now in charge and formally criticized godfatherism.

In the freestyle video that he uploaded to his YouTube website on Friday, he sang, “I denounce every loyalty to some godfather, this year I’m about me.”