Afrobeat singer, Kelvyn Boy, has refused to apologise for responses deemed “harsh” about Wendy Shay and her supervisor Bullet, formerly of Ruff N Sleek.
The artiste, born Kelvin Brown, experienced explained he would not beef someone who could not compose her have music. He also claimed Bullet’s songwriting abilities ended up stale.
He was accused of striving to begin a beef with Wendy Shay when he snubbed her at the Shatta-Stone peace push conference.
Lots of of his and Wendy’s admirers on social media had named for an apology, contacting him arrogant for ignoring Wendy publicly.
But in an job interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Friday, Kelvyn Boy said he was being genuine and does not owe any person an apology.
According to him, when he was accused of snubbing Wendy Shay, he referred to as Bullet to demonstrate his aspect of the tale because he believed bloggers would spin the story to accommodate them.
“If a little something has took place you simply cannot just publish on social media that I am beefing your artiste due to the fact of an award. I am like you that you are producing for her, your vibe is lifeless so I will create for you to give to her. Your tune no dey go my ‘Odo’ (music),” he informed Andy Dosty, host of the exhibit.
Kelvyn Boy spelled out opposite to Bullet’s assertions, he is not jealous if Wendy Shay or her award as ‘Best New Artiste of the Year’.
The ‘Mea’ hitmaker stated the award provided to Wendy Shay has not dampened his spirits neither does it guarantee her of achievements in the potential.
“There are artistes who have received awards and have been coming to me for attributes, lifetime is like that,” he added.
Kelvyn Boy told Andy Dosty he is dissatisfied in the actions of Bullet as a manager, “I would by no means apologise to him.”
Kelvyn Boy has a new EP out titled ‘T.I.M.E’.