Social Media Trend: Dbanj blasts fan who asked him to quit music — Some of our Nigerian Celebrities find it hard to keep calm when fans criticize them publicly on social media. As popular Nigerian singer, Dbanj blasts fan who asked him on Twitter to quit his music career.

Dbanj in All White

Dbanj in All White

Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo known by his stage name Dbanj, who recently dropped his album ‘King Don Come’ took to his IG page to celebrate having one million views on one of his videos in just four days.

The Koko master entertainer received lots of praises from many of his fans, though not all as one suggested he gets a new act and quit music!

The 37-year-old entertainment artist, however, didn’t take it lightly and became furious as he took to his twitter account to respond to the critic fan.

Nigerian Celebrity Trends on Twitter

Dbanj blasted his fan, saying:

“You clearly have NO idea what I am about, what and my movement are about, yet you feel the need to air an unsolicited opinion. So keep quiet son.”

The father of 1 cautioned the fan, saying:

“Educate yourself with facts before you stray to my page and exhibit your pile ineptitude. I am not as thirsty as you to impose my thoughts on others.”

Dbanj blasts fan further, saying:

“Maybe one day when you finally become that ‘great king’ you hope to be, I would pay for your counsel if it comes with wisdom and well sought knowledge.”

“But till then my brother take several seats back and crawl into your whole. YOU ARE SAYING ‘TRASH!!!’” Dbanj added.

Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo - Dbanj

Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo – Dbanj

Since Mo’Hits records crashed years ago and the owners, Don Jazzy and Dbanj parted ways, the latter seems to have loss many of his fans who think his music has loss its flavor since the split. Dbanj, however, is said to have good business ethics and is involved in a number of ventures.

Do you think Dbanj should quit music as an Artist and focus more on running his new record label – DB Records?

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