Right now, there’s a hot debate between fans on music stars Wizkid and Duncan Mighty. The duo which collaborated a new hit song, fake love, which is currently making a lot of waves has stirred serious argument among their fans.
While some fans are stressing that the recent collaboration between the musicians has revived the almost dying music career of the Port Harcourt based singer – others are arguing that Duncan Mighty was a star before Wizkid ever thought of doing music and remains A Star afterwards.
See some funny reactions below
Tired of these Duncan Mighty x Wizkid arguments.
Duncan was focusing on his construction business till Wizkid made Fake Love with him. Now his song is being played all over the world, instead of just down South. And everybody wants to feature him.
Make of that what you will.
— Chidi Okereke (@Chydee) July 31, 2018
Just don't compare a legend (Duncan Mighty) that writes & produces his songs, released first album that has 22 hit tracks which sold millions of copies nationwide, a business tycoon & oil magnet with Wizkid.
These late 90s & 2k kids dn't have respect & rarely use their akonuche.
— Nwo-Diali PH (@Manlike_ED) July 31, 2018
Those arguing for Wizzy
If you like it, believe me. I put it to you that Duncan Mighty was dead and was almost buried until Wizkid became the saviour and resurrected him. Period!
— Aniedi Udo (@Anndelegend) July 31, 2018
This Duncan Mighty x Wizkid talks will soon turn to tribal war.
Duncan is a legend, no doubt. Was his songs well known all over Nigeria?? Naah
His song with Wizkid gave him a much needed larger audience
Coman beat me
— Your Village People (@Shado_Walka) July 31, 2018
Wizkid brought Duncan Mighty into the limelight again. Nobody is discrediting what he achieved in the past but he stopped being relevant years ago. Simple stuff
— Ikeoluwa (@__tunde) July 31, 2018
Fact: Duncan Mighty was a huge artiste before Wizkid became a topic
Fact : Duncan Mighty's career was withering away cos he didn't rebrand
Fact: Wizkid's feature re-opened the door of "relevance" for Duncan
Fact: As at 2017, 61.6% of Nigerian youth were unemployed
— Lérd Chigbo ā (@itschigbo) July 31, 2018
The one arguing for both