Put respect on my name – Terry G fumes over comparison with new street artistes

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.”

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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.”