Tems’ Manager Speaks As Report Claims Wizkid Failed to Pay Tems For ‘Essence’ Collabo

Muyiwa Awoniyi, manager of Nigerian singer, Tems has replied to those saying Wizkid never paid his artiste for their collabo on ‘Essence’ song.

Essence is a track off Wizkid’s ”Made In Lagos” album which features Tems. According to reports, she co-wrote the song so she’s entitled to some form of royalties but to date, she has received nothing.

Apparently, someone who wanted to create mischief shared a screenshot which he claimed was from Muyiwa’s Instagram page saying Tems has not been paid.

In the screenshot, Tems manager had alleged that Wizkid failed to pay the female singer royalties for Essence which turned out hugely successful.

The Twitter user who shared the post wrote; ”Tems Management just confirmed

Tems didn’t received any Royalties for writing / recording Essence.

Omo wizkid no try at all oooo”

Muyiwa has vehemently denied being the one behind the post saying it was clearly photoshopped. He took to Twitter to say;

”This is photoshop. You are so weird.”

In a related development, Shola Ogudu- the baby mama of award-winning Nigerian superstar, Wizkid burst with emotions in a new post on social media.

The socialite that her son with Wizkid, Boluwatife Balogun has mastered his own song and readies to release his first single. An overly excited Shola Ogudu made this known via her official Twitter account full of emotions.

Shola is so pleased that her pride is taking after his father who is one of the finest musicians to have emerged from the African continent.

Shola while revealing that the 10-year-old boy mixed and mastered the freestyle himself, declared that they are getting ready to take over the world.

”My baby mix and mastered his first solo freestyle. I’ve been shedding tears of joy all morning… the lyrics came straight from the heart.. Sooo DEEP!!! unbelievable yet so beautiful.. IT IS ALMOST TIME TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD”, she wrote.