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BrymO thinks Flavour lied about album sales

21 November 2014, 13:12

Lagos - Singer BrymO has accused fellow musician and Highlife musician Flavour of lying about sales of his album.

Flavour had claimed in a recent report that his new album 'Thankful' had sold a million copies within the first five days of release.

In a tweet obviously aimed at Flavour, BrymO said "The records are selling in the millions again, the lies are heaping again!!" After receiving some backlash from some people on the micro-blogging site, he replied "It's cool, am deeply sorry. Nobody send me, I'll let it be...."

 He sent a couple of tweets aimed at Flavour’s claims.

Also read:Flavour shocks fans with fourth album

"And it's not alright if the industry prefers to be how it is, but if no one will listen in private then we must speak in public! Better yet mind my business and take your advice" he tweeted.

The former Chocolate City act released his fourth album Tabula Rasa on the 30th of October.


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