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“My music is not for poor people, if you no get money you can’t have my song” – Rapper Speed Darlington



US-based Nigerian Hip Hop artiste, Darlington Okoye, popularly known as Speed Darlington has revealed that, unlike his colleagues in the industry, he doesn’t make music for “poor people”.

The controversial singer stated that he does bother about putting his music on the global streaming platform, Audiomack because it is for the poor.

Speed Darlington made this statement during his appearance on the latest episode of media personality Nedu’s Honest Bunch podcast.

He said, “I don’t m*ss with Audiomack. Audiomack is for poor people.

My music is not for the poor. I..”

Just recently, Speed Darlington engaged in a war of words with some shoppers at a supermarket in the Ajah area of Lagos state.

A video circulating on social media shows the singer engaging in a verbal altercation with the shoppers at a mall.

It was gathered that the fans spotted Speed Darlington in the supermarket and approached him for a picture, due to his celebrity status. However, he allegedly demanded a fee of N5,000 for a picture with him.

This seemingly infuriated the shoppers who lambasted him for his audacity to demand money for a simple photograph. They also berated him and questioned his relevance and identity in the society.

As tension escalated in the supermarket, Speed Darlington, known for his uncouth speech, didn’t hold back in insulting the fans as well

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