You can’t go hungry – Harrysong proposes Christmas giveaway for his ex-lovers

Nigerian singer and songwriter Harrison Tare Okiri, better known by his stage name, Harrysong, has proposed a Christmas giveaway dedicated to only his exes.

The artiste who is married, took to his social media to announce a surprise package for the festivities, stating that his exes should not go hungry since they had affair with a rich guy like him.

Harrysong wrote; “Special Christmas giveaway only to my exes. Put account details down. You fxxked this rich dxxk you can’t be hungry for life.”

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Meanwhile, in another news...

Buzzing musician, Michael Adebayo Olayinka, known by his stage name, Ruger, has asserted that ladies are attracted to toxic men.

The ‘Girlfriend’ crooner used his life and past relationships as a prime example to back his assertion, saying he was toxic towards his exes.

The 23-year-old Jonzing Records signee said that he was the one at fault in all his relationships but when he tells his girlfriends to breakup, they insist on staying.

Ruger made the disclosure during an episode of the Zero Conditions podcast, however, he said that the love girls have for toxic men phases out when they are ready to get married.

Ruger said; “I was the toxic one. My relationship problems were all my fault. But when you tell girls to leave, why don’t they want to go? You tell them let’s end this, and they will be like, no, we can work it out.

“It’s not about being a better person. If it’s not working, it’s not working. Let’s end it. I was watching one reel and they asked ladies, ‘what’s the most toxic thing you like?’ And they were like, ‘I like it when he is choking me. I love it when he chokes me. I love it when he pushes me. I love it when he shouts at me.’

“Let me tell you, girls are kind of drawn to toxic men in a way. They would not admit it but it’s true. Girls don’t like soft n*ggas like that. At least when they are still in their dating phase. But when they want to marry, they can marry a soft boy.”