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HEADIES 2019: Zlatan Ibile, Jaywon slam organisers over nominees’ list



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The organisers of Hip Hop World Awards now referred to as the Headies have been given hard knocks over the choice of artistes selected in some categories in the recently released nominees’ list for the forthcoming event.

Burgeoning musician, Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael popularly known as Zlatan Ibile, took to his Instagram page to slam the event organisers saying that he is not in the same level as others he was nomination with, in the next rated artiste of the year category of the awards.

The singer who shared a picture on Instagram in reaction to the fresh nomination, where he posed beside a black Mercedes Benz car, stated that he may be in the same school with some people but their departments are definitely not the same.

He wrote; “We fit dey the same school. Mago our Department no be the same O! KELEGBEMOEGBE O Ayiiii.

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Similarly, former Kennis Music star, Jaywon is also not happy with the newly released nominees list for the 13th edition of the Headies scheduled to hold on October 19th in Lagos.

The singer is enraged that his songs ‘Aje’ and ‘Saro’ didn’t get nominated in either “Best Vocal Performance” or “Best Alternative Song’ took to Twitter to say, ‘the Headies award commitee have always been shit to me’.

Reacting to the nominees list Jaywon wrote on Twitter saying; “They have always been shit to me though”.

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