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Shallipopi reacts to allegations of paying N9m for ‘streaming farm’ (Watch)

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Shallipopi reacts to allegations of paying N9m for ‘streaming farm

Fast raising Nigerian singer, Crown Uzama also known as Shallipopi, has fumed at an upcoming singer, Ebaide, over allegations that he spent N9 million on streaming farm.

The lady claimed that a digital marketer who offered to promote her music referenced the ‘Elon Musk’ crooner as one of their clients that was satisfied with their services.

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In a voice note she shared, the promoter said Shallipopi gave them N9million because he wanted to be on Apple Music charts and ‘blow’ as soon as possible.

Ebaide said the company promised to give her 100,000 reach on streaming platforms if she pays N300-N400k and she fell for the ‘scam’ because they claimed to have used the same strategy to help Shallipopi get massive streams.

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Sharing a video online, she wrote, “As a newbie in the music industry who has heard that even the sweetest songs will go nowhere without promotion, it was easy to convince me to get duped after throwing Shallipopi and his numbers to my face. I believed them, and that was the mistake.”

See the post below here:

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Reacting to the allegation, Shallipopi lambasted Ebaide and said her claim is fake as he does not need to pay for streaming.

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He noted that if he had N9million, he will use it to chill while letting his fanbase stream his music. The singer also said that she was doing it to get attention and karma will come for her.

Quoting the post, he wrote; “Fake!! Y’all looking for attention with the wrong contents and think it’s right? 9m wey i go take chill make I leave Plutomanias to Dey stream!! Anyways your karma is coming.”

See his reaction below here:

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