“You’re killing us” – BNXN drags clubs selling expensive fake drinks

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Daniel Benson, also known as BNXN, has warned clubs in the country to stop selling expensive fake drinks.

The ‘Cold Outside’ took to Twitter and lamented about being served harmful drinks in night clubs after paying outrageous amounts.

BNXN asked the club owners and managers to ensure to desist from giving adulterated wines to customers because they killing people.

The ‘Finesse’ crooner urged them not to bring another one if they do not have the original. He also threatened to humiliate the next club or lounge that would sell “fake” drinks to him.

BNXN wrote; “Stop selling us fake drinks after spending so much money on the overpriced drinks. You’re killing us.

“Respect my health , Respect my money. Give me what I pay for. If you don’t have it, don’t bring a fake one! The next club or lounge that does this to me, I promise I will take that microphone from the hypeman and let you know!”

In another news…

Nigerian comedian, Ayo Makun, known by his stage name, AY recently opened up on losing N500m to a nightclub business which did not permit smoking.

He revealed during an interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo that the nightclub crashed after a huge investment.

According to AY, his wife advised him against the decision but he refused to heed and he later regretted not listening.

In his words: I woke up one day and I said to myself, ‘it’s time to open a nightclub’, ‘AY, if you can gather 6,000 people at Eko Hotel, what’s in a club that you can’t just gather 100 to 200 people buying drinks I think God just wanted me to know that ‘this one is not your calling’, ‘you are the one calling yourself’.

It is good to have the right partner, my wife was strongly against it. I said, ‘No, it is good for networking and PR’. Shout out to all the guys who are doing it and getting it right.

But I thought then that when I come, I am just going take all of them out of the market. It was a huge investment running to about N500 million.

We put everything in place, the staff strength was solid, the interior was crazzy and I will go there every Friday, I will look at the door and I am not seeing people coming. The opening was grand and massive. I started with a non-smoking club; I didn’t know that all these things go together.

The wise ones will call me, and I will tell them that sometimes when I take my wife to the club when we get back her hair will be smelling of smoke, and women should have their wigs neat’. Long story short, I saw my ‘period’, it was very bad.