“Terry G angrily questions if you’ll remember him only after his death”

Terry G’s Frustration: Colleagues Ignore Messages

Notable Nigerian singer, Terry G, has expressed frustration over his colleagues’ consistent disregard for his messages, particularly during challenging times.

Through his Instagram page, he lamented the lack of response from some fellow musicians, highlighting the contrast to the attention he received when he was at the peak of his fame.

Questioning Fairness and Reciprocity

Terry G didn’t hold back in conveying his disappointment and questioned the fairness of his colleagues’ treatment towards him.

He reminded them of instances when he had offered assistance in the past without receiving any reciprocation.

In a poignant statement, he wondered if artists have to pass away for their contributions to be remembered and celebrated.

Reflecting on Contributions and a Comeback

The singer emphasized the collective contribution of artists to the global music library and declared his comeback.

Despite the perceived indifference, he acknowledged the shared responsibility in shaping the musical landscape.

He urged everyone to recognize that artists don’t have to die to be appreciated.

Pouring Out His Heart in a Video

In a separate post, Terry G shared a video where he poured out his emotions, expressing how hurtful it is to be ignored.

He reflected on the possibility of receiving fake love only after his demise.

The artist questioned the fairness of the situation, pointing out the lack of response from fellow musicians when he reaches out to them.

Closing Words and Video

Terry G concluded by emphasizing the need for mutual respect among artists.

He questioned whether it is necessary for him to pass away before receiving recognition.

The post included a video where he vocalized his frustrations, urging his colleagues to consider the impact of their actions on the Nigerian music scene.

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