BNXN formerly known as Buju has reacted to Ruger’s recent jab at him on social media
BNXN responded to Ruger’s assertion that he was a better artist in three different posts on Snapchat, while the supremacy dispute on Twitter was heating up.
According to BNXN, who professed to have liked Ruger, his art exists on a different scale because he is an independent artist and doesn’t have to share his revenues with anyone. He has also collaborated with superstars. He also disputed Ruger’s claim that his albums sold better, claiming that his debut album Sorry I’m Late is better than both of his EPs, The Second Wave and the Deluxe.
BNXN said; “Sorry I’m Late still above two of your projects and the Apple Music charts, you had to drop a deluxe for one and you think you got shit on me? JONZING WORLD indeed. You’re owing your boss money and you’re ta[l]king to a boss? Bad Since ’97 is coming, I got something for you.”
Following a Twitter user’s assertion that BNXN was a better artiste than Ruger, there was this interaction between the two performers. The latter had responded to this by asserting that because he had hits without features, he was a better artist. Omah Lay, a singer from Port-Harcourt, has also gotten involved, calling Ruger a juvenile for criticizing BNXN.