Warriboy, in a clip posted on his page, brutally came for both creatives. He slammed them for overdoing it with their fight over the ownership of their song together, Machala.
He also criticized them for losing focus on what is important to them as upcoming artists. Warriboy noted that instead of both artists working together and promoting their song, they’re there fighting over their percentage share, killing the growth of the track.
The comedian then compared them to Asake, saying, can’t they see how the singer has comported himself while achieving ground-breaking feats? He asked if they’ve seen the Joha crooner speak ill of Olamide and demand for any percentage of anything.