Simi blasts trolls for comparing her husband, Adekunle Gold’s music style to her’s

  • Singer Simi has expressed her frustration with fans who have questioned her music style and compared her sound to her husband, Adekunle Gold’s.

The singer, known as ‘Duduke’, recently shared a clip of singing a new song on X, prompting a fan to ask her to “switch up” her sound.

Simi blasts trolls for comparing her husband, Adekunle Gold’s music style to her’s

Simi has lost her patience after fans asked her to change her musical style and compared her sound to that of her husband, Adekunle Gold.

On Thursday, the ‘Duduke’ singer posted a video of herself singing one of her new songs on the X platform, and a fan cited the post, requesting that she “switch up” her sound.

The fan, @Zeebaby_X, wrote:

“Girlll switch it up a bit… change your sound.

“Your hubby changes his sound and it’s amazing to see. Do the same you’re too good to be doing basic shit.”

Other fans chimed in, agreeing with her.

Simi seems enraged by the controversy caused by her comment, writing:

“Lol you people see I’m minding my business yea? Alright alright Zeebaby, talk to me. Tell me the last say… 10 songs I’ve put out and let’s dissect.

Which ones sound the same? Then tell me how your faves are doing it different/better than me. Or perhaps u want me to change my genre? Or I should use more lamba? Or is it my voice? It’s too soft or sweet or sharp for you? I should swallow balloon for diversity?

We’re not fighting. I honestly want your feedback. Direct me. Help me Zeebaby.”

In another post, the singer advised listeners who disliked her songs to listen to other musicians.

Simi explained that British singer Adele uses a similar style of music, but her fans do not complain.

Simi wrote:

“Omo because I’m doing girl next door, some of you think maybe I’m ok like that. If you don’t like my song, please go and listen to your faves. I’m begging. If it’s the features you want to allow yourself acknowledge my talent, hear that one and be going.

“Na the same ballad Adele dey sing all these days, her people no disturb am. E fi mi sile. If you don’t like what I’m selling, go and listen to the one you like. Unless you don’t have data. And if you don’t have, owo e lo wa ku si.”

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