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Mr Jollof calls out Zinoleesky for not performing at event after collecting N5m



Nigerian comedian, Mr Jollof has accused singer, Zinoleesky of failing to perform at an event after he was booked and paid.

The politician said the Kilofeshe crooner appeared at the event but did not mount the stage for a performance as agreed.

Mr Jollof took to his Instagram page to call out Zinoleesky and stated that he did not pay him for appearance, rather, he was paid N5m to perform.

In a video, making the rounds online, he vowed to teach him a lesson for acting too big to do what was expected of him.

The comedian said that people did not show up just to see Zinoleesky’s face, so there was no need for him to be unserious about why he was there.

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In similar news, singer, Harrysong also called out his former label mates, Skiibii and Kcee for treating him unfairly after making sacrifices for them.

He claimed that Skiibii, who was a colleague in Five Star Music, insulted him and his wife at his wedding which held in Warri, Delta state.

Harrysong made the claim while on Frankly Speaking podcast where he talked about genuine friendships in the music industry.

He recounted how he housed, clothed and fed Skiibii when he just freshly joined the same record label.

The ‘Reggae Blues’ crooner also narrated how he wrote songs for Kcee and helped him blow only for him to turn around and deny him freedom to shine as a solo artiste.

Harry said that Skiibii insulted him on his wedding day even though he was made the best man in addition to getting a their suit tailor-made and buying their flight tickets.

He further disclosed that Kcee once came to beg him to write songs, and that was when he started living with the Limpopo hit maker.

He said there were times when Kcee would be sleeping and he will stay up at night writing songs for him.

Speaking further about Skiibii, he claimed the artiste is now a member of a cult group and is into the use of jazz which is why he had the audacity to insult him.

Harry, who is the founder of Alter Plate Records said a lot of people in the industry brag about belonging to cult groups.