Monday, June 5, 2023

Never Thought I Would Be Married To The Devil, I’m Filled With Disgust – Singer Skales Slams His Wife In New Track As He Mourns His Mother

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Popular Nigerian rapper, Skales has taken to Instagram to share a snippet from a diss track against his wife, accusing her of being a devil and insensitive.

Recall that over the weekend, the rapper who lost his mother last week, called out Precious for taking to her Instastories to mourn his mum.

In a deleted message. Skales asked her to pull down the post, show the same care in real life and stop ”doing things for the gram.”

His call-out post came days after he advised people to ensure they don’t get married to a heartless person.

In the diss track he released, Skales mentioned that he never thought he would be married to ”the devil.”

The bereaved singer stated that his wife does not love him and was only doing it for social media.

He also said that she could have saved his mother’s life because she was 10 minutes from the house but she didn’t have his back.

‘Rest in peace to mama John. I ain’t never I’m a mama’s son. Never thought that I would be married to the devil. My life is a movie..that shit is on another level. Ain’t no much to discuss. It’s too much to bear, I’m just filled with disgust. I lost my queen to the evil of this cold world. Now it’s just me alone against the whole world.
” the lyrics in part read

The rapper further said ‘‘You could have saved my mama’s life. You were ten minutes away from the crib.”

”Disappointed by the one I called fam. This shit wasn’t no love. It was all for the gram. How can you be so insensitive. You could have saved my mama’s life. You were ten minutes away from the crib. I am in my feelings and I really don’t know how to act. You said it was better for worse but you didn’t have my back.
” he added

Skales and Precious got married in September 2021.

Photo Credit: Getty

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