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Like Burna Boy, Nigerians Will Regret Not Supporting Me – Singer Whitemoney

Popular reality star and singer, Whitemoney has said Nigerians will soon appreciate him.
According to him, just like the way Nigerians ignored Burna Boy before he became famous, Nigerians will also regret not supporting his music career when he eventually becomes accepted internationally.
The singer made the vow while speaking in a recent interview with Echoo Room.
He said, “Nigerian promoters did the same thing they are doing to me to Burna Boy and Davido. They don’t believe in their sounds but when the outsiders [foreigners] are appreciating you, they [Nigerians] would be forced to now believe in you and they will pay times two.
“Nigerian promoters will regret not supporting my music. Your only prayer should be that I shouldn’t make it in this music industry because if I make it, you all will pay.”
Whitemoney also boasted that he doesn’t have rival in the music industry, stressing that his style of music is unique.
“I’m a king in my lane. For me, nobody rivals my talent. You’re good in your way but me I am the king. That’s why I have my own genre. I don’t do Afrobeats or highlife. My genre is Kumkum,” he said.
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BBNaija All Stars: If Mercy Wins Again That Would Be Nice – Whitemoney

Evicted Big Brother Naija All Stars housemate, Hazel Oyeze Onou, aka Whitemoney has said he will be happy if Mercy wins again.
According to him, Mercy Eke deserves to win the N120 million grand prize of the reality show even though she had previously won the ‘Pepper Dem’ edition in 2019.
Whitemoney stated this in a recent interview with media personality Hero Daniels while berating those condemning him and Mercy for participating in the All-Star edition despite winning the show in the past.
Using a sports analogy, the ‘Shine Ya Eye’ edition winner said, “If you play a championship cup and win, you’d go home the next season and say don’t wanna play again? No, You have to keep winning.
“Mercy does deserve to win [the N120m grand prize]. If she wins it that’s good for her profile. It’s good for her prestige. It’s good for whatever she is trying to build. So, if she wins it again that would be very nice. No cap.”
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“Comments and likes don’t feed me,” exclaims Whitemoney.

Whitemoney, the winner of Big Brother Naija season 6, said he doesn’t care about fans’ likes and comments.

Being a BBNaija alumni comes with a lot of pressure, and the winner frequently faces additional strain. People continually attempt to evaluate the performance of their company by the criteria of the general public.

In light of this, Whitemoney has admitted that he would consistently choose offline achievement above online success. He also said that the wisdom of God is what sustains him rather than likes and comments.