Brymo leaves assailants a life-threatening message

Controversial Sonic Art pioneer, Brymo, also known as Olawale, has dropped a series of threats on his social media profile.

Brymo who is still much busy with the politics of Nigeria has simultaneously provided fans with information about his plans for his next album, Mansa, which will be exclusively released for a selected few who can afford it.

Brymo has been exposed to countless verbal threats and insults since his several cases of talking down on the Igbo tribe. He has equally lost a huge number of fans. He had told them to stop listening to his music if they stand against his political views.

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Brymo stated he is going to retaliate any attack or action launched against him in a more enormous manner. In a single tweet, the singer wrote:

If you hit us you’ll lose an arm.. you stab us you’ll bleed to death … you shoot us you’ll lose all your loved ones with it.:. If I or anyone close to me should die it’ll cost tribes, may be a whole state…

However, a group of fans have warned him earnestly to tread with caution because the presidential election he is so concerned about will come and go, and what will be left to remember is his words.

Sam George Mac is a music journalist known for the reviews of several music albums and songs. He is a singer and songwriter of Afrobeats, Dancehall, Highlife and RnB with the stage name SGM — a graduate of Mass Communication from The West African Union University, Cotonou.

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