Popular Fuji artist, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal told Kola Olotu, ace Nigerian broadcaster not to ask him questions relation to late Fuji proponent, Dr. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister and Chief Kollington Ayinla.
Apparently, the king of Fuji music is now wary not to be drawn into unhealthy controversy about the origin of Fuji music. “A child does not narrate his father’s story,” he told the ace broadcaster.
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In the interview that held in his home in Ijebu Ode, KWAM1 said digital platforms which allowed ‘legal and illegal’ downloads have hit the music industry hard and Fuji music was not spared from the trouble.
In the same light, he disagreed that Afro-pop music had side-lined Fuji music. He replied the question with a musical answer that meant that Fuji music cannot be threatened or pushed aside.
KWAM1 acknowledged that cooking is one of his hobbies but also revealed that he cooks often for himself to avoid being poisoned.
Later, KWAM1 took the broadcaster’s crew that came to visit him round his house and showed them some of his businesses – cattle rearing, bakery, egg production, bottled water production, among others.