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Who you epp? Toyin Aimakhu's Freestyle

Toyin Aimahku: This is one lady who is never tired of controversy, in my opinion she does love controversies, she loves been in the news and will do anything to stay in the news. Now don't get me wrong I am not saying she divorced to stay in the news, but for someone who takes so much pleasure in having her per minute activity online (without being paid for doing so like the kadarshians), everything is working to keep her in the news.
The latest is the new freestyle she just released with Olamide (Baddo)titled "who you epp?". I listened to the track today and I will not deny you the opportunity to do same, download it here, but I doubt if this would find its way into your favourite track anyway or might probably not even last a day on your To serious matters, the purpose of this song is not to make it into your favourite list of songs, it's definitly not. I listened to the whole track and my conclusion is (the obvious though) the track was meant to take swipe at the guys below;
Toyin & Seun Egbegbe

Toyin and Johnson
CEO of Ebony Films, Seun Egbegbe who claimed to have dated the Yoruba actress long before she met her "toy husband" Adeniyi Johnson. They resumed theor love after she divorced her husband, you know the rest of the story I believe. Seun Egbegbe after their breakup claimed to have helped Toyin Aimahku, claiming the car she drives was from him, plus he did everything to satisfy her in bed by taking bitters and other sex enhancement drugs but she was never satisfied! Hmmmmmm, help help help help, I believe this is the word that got the actress pissed off and she has released this track to diss him too, and maybe a little for Adeniyi Johnson too. A line in the track says "I don't miss my ex", hehehehehehehe.
With respect to the quality of song, its just one of those songs Olamide who have done in the shower, and Aimahku surely has no talent for singing, but enjoy the song and have your say, that is why we love Toyin Aimahku!

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