Nigerian Ghetto artiste, Gabriel Oche Amanyi, popularly known as Terry G, has lamented the decision of music lovers to compare him to new street artistes.
The ‘Free Madness’ crooner in a post on his official social media handles, said there is no fresh entertainer that is musically up to his match.
Terry G asked the public to respect his name and should not be compared with up-and-coming street sensation.
According to him, they may be able to act weird like him but when it comes to producing multi-platinum and playing instruments no one is measures up.
He wrote: “Put some respect on my name. Comparisons have to be of equal match; then a better choice is made; comparing me with any new street sensation is a bad match; they can act crazzy but not musically on my level on both vocal, playing of instruments, producing multi-platinum hits for several artistes and my catalogue.”
Meanwhile, in another news…
Terry G claimed last year that the ruling All Progressives Congress, (APC) was yet to pay him for campaigning for the party.
He lamented in a video shared on his social media page about how others who campaigned for APC have received their payment, but he is still being owed.
He wrote; “For the people or whoever wey chop the money I worked for this APC campaign matters so make he no worry say nothing don do them o. I leave am to God. It’s only a matter of time.”
In the video, the singer said; “My name is Terry G popularly known as Akpako Master. This wan na serious matter, concerning what I posted earlier on about the people owing me for the previous work I did for APC.
“It’s very very true, me I no e hustler wey go hustle and person no go give me my money… I did this campaign for daddy, daddy don pay these people wey suppose pay our money, make them give me my own money.
“Whoever is involved, before I start mentioning names, call me or send me message, I no go call anybody again, call me. That money no go go… Abeg whoever dey with my money make e give me my money.”