[VIDEO] BIG STORY!Hushpuppi threatened to beats up Timaya mercilessly !


Popular Nigerian Dubai based Big boy Hushpuppi has reacted to Timaya’s social media post in which the ‘Dem mama’ crooner calls out his industry colleagues for patronising fake designers and designers made by local tailors.

Timaya throw shades at his colleagues in the entertainment industry for wearing fake designers.

The ace singer stirred up mixed reactions from both music fans and industry colleagues.

Well, the video posted by the ace singer seems not to go down well with the popular Dubai based socialite Hushpuppi, as the self-acclaimed Gucci billionaire master waste no time to fire back at the popular singer via his social media handle on behalf of those he called out.

According to the Billionaire Big Boy Hushpuppi, he claimed Timaya is in no position to call out anyone patronizing fake and local made designers. recalling riffs that brewed up a diss track called “Tell the person” a diss that was directed at him three years ago by the same Singer alongside Olamide and Phyno to admonition his acts on similar action.

However, the issue seems to be getting more fuels as Timaya take no chill pill in responding back to Huspuppi via Instagram.

According to the Singer Timaya, He said he doesn’t have anything to say to him because he is in exile. He said if Hushpuppi really wants to have a talk with him, he will have to leave Dubai and come down to him in Nigeria before they do on further which has triggered the Dubai based Billionaire big boy to issue out stern warning to the singer and threatened to beat him up mercilessly if he try going further with him.

Hushpuppi threatened to beat up Timaya if he tries going further with him. Watch the video below

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