‘I didn’t forget my bags’, Ruger shades Kizz Daniel as he lands in Tanzania
Fast-rising artiste Michael Adebayo Olayinka, popularly known as Ruger announced his arrival in Tanzania for a performance with a subtle jab at colleague Kizz Daniel.
In a tweet, Ruger declared: “Tanzania, I am here and I didn’t forget my bags. See you October 1st,” a slight apparently aimed at Kizz following the latters ordeal in the same eastern Africa country in August.
Kizz was briefly detained after he refused to perform at a show he was billed for. He had blamed his “no show” his inability to get proper attire to go on stage as his luggages were left behind by the airline he traveled in.
He later performed at a free concert before leaving the country a week later.
Ruger will not be the first singer to shade Kizz Daniel on the Tanzania saga. Davido also took a jab at the “Buga” crooner a few weeks after the incident when Kizz Daniel posted a picture on his Instagram announcing his arrival in Benin Republic a day before his show.
“U go a day b4 Jeje [you had to go a day earlier],” Davido commented on Kizz’s post while Kizz responded with “fimile joor” literally meaning please leave me.
Meanwhile, online air personality Daddy Freeze, has taken to Instagram to call Ruger to order saying “Know your seniors, know your elders and show respect, you will go a long way in life.”
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