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    BNXN Calls Out Lounge for Selling Fake Drinks

    Nigerian singer-songwriter Daniel Benson, known professionally as BNXN, has taken to social media to warn club owners “who sell fake drinks to customers.”

    In a series of posts via X, the 26-year-old Afro-fusion singer, formerly Buju, revealed that he recently visited a lounge where a counterfeit drink was sold to him.

    Although he did not mention the club’s name, BNXN warned that he does not take his wellness lightly, cautioning other lounges indulging in such an act to desist from it.

    The musician vowed to expose any lounge or club caught in a similar act.

    “Stop selling us fake drinks after spending so much money on the overpriced drinks. You’re killing us,” he wrote.

    “Respect my health, Respect my money. Give me what I pay for. If you don’t have it, don’t bring a fake one!

    “The next club or lounge that does this to me, I promise I will take that microphone from the hypeman and let you know!” he said.

    BNXN has enjoyed fame since establishing himself in the Nigerian music landscape.

    In 2021, the songwriter released his first extended play titled ‘Sorry I’m Late’. He unveiled another EP the following year titled Bad Since ’97.

    On October 5, 2023, the singer released his much-anticipated debut album, “Sincerely, Benson,” a collection of fifteen tracks, featuring previously released hits such as “Pray,” “Sweet Tea (Aduke),” and “Gwagwalada,” which include collaborations with renowned artists like Kizz Daniel and Seyi Vibez.

    Additionally, the album showcases BNXN’s musical versatility through partnerships with acclaimed musicians such as 2Baba, Popcaan, Taves, and Headie One.

    In 2022, the singer won the ‘Next Rated’ award at the 15th edition of The Headies.

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