See what a twitter user said about Adekule Gold and his music that has gotten so many reactions.
A twitter user identified as "Joey Akan" took to twitter and made a post concerning Adekule Gold and his music that has gotten so many people on twitter reacting to.
Joey Akan took to his twitter page and made an acclaim concerning Adekule Gold and his music. In quote, Joey Akan tweeted: "Everytime I listen to Adekule Gold's music, I refuse to sing the "AG baby is your baby. "My toxic masculinity will not allow me call him my baby, and voice it along with all the women who do."
"AG baby is your baby" is part of song which Adekule Gold always use in all his songs. For example, Davido normally use "Shekpa" and Wizkid normally use "yeeh yeeh."
See peoples reactions on Joey Akan's tweet below:
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