Peruzzi shares how Kizz Daniel gave BNXN 'Gwagwalada' after reaching out to him first
Peruzzi in a recent interview revealed how he wrote BNXN's 'Gwagwalada' alongside Kizz Daniel in plans for a collaboration and how the song was gifted to BNXN.
The singer who is known for his great skills as a writer as well as a singer made this revelation after he was asked when he would collaborate with the Buga sensation.
Peruzzi went on to reveal that for now, he is not considering working with Kizz Daniel following how the pre-planned project between the duo (Gwagwalada) had been shelved with no direct communication with him about the project after they had both worked on it together.
This revelation has fans linking previous social media posts shared by Peruzzi a few months back about people not appreciating his craft and also giving him the props he deserves as an artist.
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The revelation sparked an intense debate on social media as fans brought back a video of how 'Gwagwalada' was created as well as Peruzzi's verse on the project. Music mogul Ubi Franklin also speaking on the revelation via a live session on social media.
Ubi Franklin reacts to Peruzzi's revelation about 'Gwagwalada'
Music mogul Ubi Franklin took to social media to react to the revelation made by Peruzzi via a live session where he stated that Kizz Daniel must be confused about the revelation shared by Peruzzi.
Peruzzi responded on the popular social media platform X with a quote that read, "Heys Russian, @ubifranklin1 Can You Answer This? Since You Got A Big Mouth."
Ubi Franklin clarified in a follow-up post that explained he was not going to trade abusive words with the singer and that if the truth is being misrepresented it should be revealed. He posted, "lol Well, I’m sure you watched my Narration, I will definitely not go low with you, but the truth has to be stated when it is Misrepresented. One thing is sure, I wonder what’s going on in Kizz Daniel’s head watching that clip of yours. It’s all love on this side, I’ll never trade abusive words with you."