“Davido is my boy… I spend money in clubs without making noise” – MC Galaxy
Popular Nigerian artiste, MC Galaxy has cleared the air on his supposed beef with fellow artiste, Davido. It would be recalled that sometime in 2015, it was reported that the self-acclaimed Omo Baba Olowo joined forces with his driver to assault his fellow artiste, MC Galaxy, at his house in Lekki. Although, Davido later shifted the blame to his boys. The Sekem crooner never said anything about the episode.
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But in a recent chat with Sunday Scoop, the comedian and singer completely opened up. He said:
“Davido is my boy and I cannot fight him. We are friends and friends have issues once in a while and move on afterwards. We cannot fight each other and our relationship is still tight.”
On the Davido and Hushpuppi debacle where both parties argued about who spends the most money in clubs, Galaxy said:
“Spending in clubs depends on my mood. I spend a lot of money without noise. I’m more of a businessman and I have a lot of ventures that I’m involved in but it’s private. It’s not everything you put out on social media.”
Galaxy also revealed his other interests aside music and comedy.
“I have interests in acting but I’m taking my time and I’m focusing on my music for now. But by the grace of God, I will be able to do something in movies soon. I’m seriously working on my album right now and it would be released in a few months. I’m thinking of 10 tracks and the name of the album is MMM which means Money Making Machine. I will be working mostly with international acts and some African artistes,” he said.
He also stated that he has a cordial relationship with a lot of politicians in the country. He said:
“I’m close to almost all the governors in the country but I’m not a politician and I don’t want a political appointment.”
Going further on why he usually sponsors dance, music and comedy competitions, he said:
“I used to partake in lots of competitions in the past and that’s why I’ve decided to support other people now that I have the wherewithal.”