Nigerians have taken to social media to react, after Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani dropped her own cover of Kizz Daniel’s #fvckyouchallenge.
A number of music acts like Vector, Chinko Ekun, Dremo, Simi, Tiwa Savage and a host of some others, have shared their entries on their respective social media pages, and there is no doubt that, surely, talent is surplus in the Nigerian music industry.
Kenyan singer, songwriter, actress and entertainer Victoria Kimani currently signed to Chocolate City and is described as the record label’s first lady has now hopped on the train of the trending music challenge as she recently took to her Instagram page with her own version.
As expected, the singing sensation comes through with her version, but we cannot help but notice some lines in her rendition that appears as if she may be throwing a shade at her colleague, Tiwa Savage.
The singer’s lyric goes thus:
“Grandma African bad gyal,turning 45 and still claiming bad girl.You can block me from a show but you can’t block my blessings.We all know you selling pu*ssy and it’s so depressing”.
Some fans suggested at it was a shade directed at Tiwa in the comment section.
See some reactions below:
According to her, Ycee keeps stealing lyrics and never giving credits while she called Tiwa, “Grandma bad girl”, who’s turning 45 and still selling p*ssy.
She accused Tiwa of blocking her from shows but says that can’t stop her blessing.
Here are reactions:
[Victoria Kimani blasts YCEE]
me: *rushes to google to search and listen to her music*
— ᴛʜᴇ ᴇǫᴜᴀʟɪsᴇʀ ⚖️ (@TheDiliichi) April 3, 2019
Lmao did Victoria Kimani just imply that T*wa Sausage is using football age?? pic.twitter.com/A8YQnJdYwT
— ° (@adhnok) April 3, 2019
Victoria Kimani should marry black face. The chemistry will be mad 😂. #FvckUChallenge
— Oga Boss 🔌 (@god_cadillac) April 3, 2019
Bad! Bad! Bad!
— The OBIA of Lagos (@only1socialite) April 3, 2019
I would never understand why females despise themselves so much. The #FuckYouChallenge has been interesting so far with comical diss, until Victoria Kimani used it an avenue to attack her fellow female artist.
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) April 3, 2019
The only hit song Victoria Kimani ever had is immediately and it was because she had techno on it.. She should geddifok
— Middle Child (@itz_tephan) April 3, 2019