Well, in an interview with SAMUEL ABULUDE, the Marvin Crew artiste and dentist speaks on the aftermath of the accusation.
“Let’s be real. If this person talk am and that person talk am again, na so I be [if one person says it and another confirms it, then it is true.] I am not really bothered about these things. Tiwa Savage is, and will always be, a good friend of mine. She is a hard worker. All we need to do is to pray for them and hope that everything is sorted out soon. On my own, my wife and I are good. Everybody is fine. If somebody calls you a thief and you did not steal why you go vex? I don’t want to respond to nothing.”
He also talked about how controversies has helped Nigeria music industry grow, ” Honestly, I don’t talk about controversies. I can talk about the growth in the industry. That is the topic I am very interested in. Talking about the industry is like a child. And as a child, it might sometimes have challenges growing. The industry has witnessed its rise, its stagnation and its peak. For me, I am happy to see that Nigerian music is branching out into different genres. Before the music industry didn’t really have genres. It was always about what was bumping in the clubs. Talented artistes like Timi Dakolo, Darey Art Alade, Bez have not been fully appreciated the way they should have been for the kind of music they have put out. They and some others pioneered the evolution of new genres. And with the like of Simi, Falz, Adekunle Gold, coming out with totally different sounds and pushing boundaries, the industry has witnessed tremendous growth. It is nice to see that people can now embrace other genres of music. And this has given room for a surge of creativity. The music industry was kind of squeezed