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“I fear retaliation if I speak up,” says Ruger regarding his rift with former label boss, D’Prince.

"I fear retaliation if I speak up," says Ruger regarding his rift with former label boss, D’Prince.

Nigerian musician Michael Adebayo Olayinka, professionally known as Ruger, expressed gratitude to his former record label, Jonzing World, for introducing him to the spotlight. However, Ruger revealed that he chose not to renew his contract with the label because they didn’t promote his brand as vigorously as he desired. He accused D’Prince, the head of Jonzing World, of neglecting him and using his music earnings to invest in new talents.

In a series of candid posts on social media, Ruger hinted at deeper issues within the record label, suggesting a lack of transparency and dissatisfaction with the direction of his career. Despite wanting to share more, Ruger expressed fear of retaliation, stating, “Many things to talk but they might wait for me at Ikoyi link bridge to stab me.”

Ruger parted ways with Jonzing World on February 6, 2024, after the expiration of his contract. In an Instagram announcement, he thanked Jonzing World and D’Prince for their support but emphasized his decision to bet on himself moving forward.

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