Ruger Delays Release Of New Single Following Tragic Events
In response to the death of Davido and Chioma’s son, Nigerian dancehall king Ruger has disclosed that he would delay the release of his next single.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Ruger had planned to drop his upcoming song, “Red Flag,” on Friday, November 4, 2022, but he now says there will be a change of heart.
He decided to postpone the release due to what he called an unsuitable time for the distribution, according to a post on his Instagram story.
“RED FLAGS was scheduled to be out tomorrow but I have decided to push the release date further coz this is not actually the best time for its release. I’ll announce a new date next week when the whole team has decided. I love you guys so much and I appreciate you all for looking out for me,” he said in the post.
Ruger now joins the group of musicians who have delayed planned albums in the aftermath of the tragic death of 3-year-old Ifeanyi Adeleke, who was said to have drowned in the pool at the family’s Banana Island home.
In light of recent unfortunate occurrences, Wizkid also announced earlier today, November 3, that his next album, “More Love, Less Ego,” will be delayed.
Fans, colleagues, and celebrities from all over the world have not stopped sending their condolences for the tragic death of the little child, whose passing has put a pall over the Nigerian music scene.
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