Nigerian singer, Anthony Victor, popularly known as Victony has made a U-turn, saying all power belongs to God not BumBum.
This was made known to the public via his Twitter page on Monday, July 11th.
He tweeted, “All power belongs to God.” See his tweet below:
The Daily Page recalls how Victony recounted how God turned his darkest time to a blessing, saving his life in a ghastly accident that left him in a wheelchair.
He said, “One this day last year, everyone feared for my life. I lived in the dark for a while, as I kept drawing strength from God & the Outlaws.
“Together we reversed the darkest times of my life into a blessing, look how far we’ve come. Today symbolizes Victory for all OUTLAWS. I want this to be the soundtrack of our lives as overcomers.”
In other news, his colleague in the music industry, Ruger revealed he doesn’t indulged himself in weed, women and drinks.
He disclosed this in an exclusive interview with the Punch Newspaper.
“No, I am not into any of them”, he told Punch Newspaper in a recent interview.
Speaking on the challenges he faced in early days of his music career, Ruger said, “The main challenge I had was the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Working during that time was hard because everyone was indoors.
“As a creative person, one has to experience certain things, but that could not happen then because one could not go out due to the lockdown.
“I used the experience (of me going out to places) to make my songs. But then, I was just indoors making music. Everything was uncertain at that time and one did not know where the world was going because the pandemic really shook the globe.
“However, I continued working hard and was releasing songs. The words of encouragement from everyone on my team also helped me get through that period.”