See how Olu Maintain replied Eldee after slamming him for performing ‘Big Boy’

Nigerian rapper, Lanre Dabiri, better known by his stage name ‘eLDee tha Don’, called out Olu Maintain yesterday for performing his (eLDee’s) hit song ‘Big Boy’ on stage.

Olu Maintain, who is currently on a music tour in the U.S. performed the said track at a show in Manhattan, New York on Monday.

Olu Maintain’s performance didn’t go well with the ‘Big Boy’ singer who called Olu Maintain on social media.

“This shameless nigga out on stages performing my songs like he created it. I still remember how he tried to steal the record after I put him on it, forcing me to put it out prematurely.

 

 

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“Nigga ran off with the unmastered draft and went to print CDs with himself as the lead artist, even his verse was written by me #Appropriation #getyourownshit Lesson to young artist Don’t ever do pity features,” he wrote.

‘Big Boy’ was the lead single off eLDee’s 2008 album of the same title. The track, which featured Olu Maintain, Banky W, and Oladel, was an instant hit. Also a street anthem, the youth embraced the track as it openly exalted life of wealth and riches.

In his response, Olu Maintain shared a video of him performing the song in question in December 2018 with Eldee and Banky W on stage.

He wrote,

“Grown n Sexy “the Concert” Lagos Dec 2018. Performing with My brother who was performing for the first time in 7years. It was super Lit and a Pleasure. Its all Love. We’ve become Older, we’ve become Fathers and we’ve truly become BIG BOYS. Abe’ri eldee the don @eldeethedon Ati banky w @bankywellington awon ti Yankee emi na ti di Yankee ooooo. Mo ti ba Colin Powell Po lori Stage O dé Quality. #Love”.

 

 

 

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