Nigerian singer and content creator, Speed Darlington has said that any artiste that rents Madison Square Garden, New York for a night is into fraud (Yahoo Yahoo).
He said that the only way a musician can afford the $30,000 booking fee for Madison Square Garden is if he is a yahoo man.
According to Speed Darlington, there is fan that can make it possible for someone to sell out the 20,000 capacity Arena in the United States.
The US-based social media influencer wondered if it is Nigerians that are hustling for money to buy house back home that will spend $100 to see the artiste.
“The only person wey dey pay $30,000 night for Madison Square Garden na Yahoo man,” he said.
Watch him speak below:
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kemisola_mi; Old man wey still Dey stay hin mama house with plenty opinion.😂
captstan101; Poverty and envy is talking from akpi’s inside
mc_flash_comedian; Sebi This Guy Dey Artist Abi He Nor Dey Go Show 🙄🙄
ochie_beddingempire; Stress and too much talk don make ur face old self🙄🙄🙄
ugo_moni; When u exposed but still u don’t know what’s going on … it’s so painful and dis is purely hate .. my brother be happy they are winning urs will come
_sharonpearl; Who won back u up before 😂😂😂 😂😂😂 he say na no bring anybody come make we do one on one 😂😂😂😂😂
Similarly, the rapper whose real name is Darlington Okoye, earlier alleged that his counterparts who go on tours in US are often booked by scammers.
He excluded himself from the list as he said that any artiste who flies from Nigeria to hold a concert is being sponsored with illegitimate money.
Speed Darlington made the allegation ina video posted online, as he explained that no Nigerian working abroad would stand for 12 hours at a concert because most of them are in healthcare and they are too busy.
He said the population of Nigerians in US is not plenty enough to make a musician have a sold out music show in the country.
According to him, if one carries out investigation it will be discovered that most Nigerian music acts are being paid by scammers to hold shows abroad.