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Ruger Emphasizes the Importance of Support and Lack of Envy in the Music Industry (VIDEO)

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Nigerian singer Ruger recently discussed the significance of support and the absence of envy in maintaining long-lasting friendships and relationships within the music industry.

During a recent episode of the Bahd And Boujee Podcast, Ruger shared with co-hosts Tolanibaj and Moet Abebe that jealousy can be detrimental to friendships. Drawing from his own experiences, he highlighted that envy can only disrupt friendships if individuals are inherently envious.

He explained, “It all depends on the kind of people they are. For example, if I’m not generally envious, then I can’t be envious of my fellow artists. I’d push him to do good for himself and everything because no matter what stage I am in my life or my music, whether I’m not popping at that time or I’m popping, I’m still going to push him. It depends on the kind of person you are as an individual. There’s no manual to it.”

When asked about cliques in the industry, Ruger expressed that while there may be cliques, he considers himself a clique of his own. He stressed the importance of unity and support among artists, especially when they meet outside the country, noting that everyone supports each other in such scenarios.

March 19, 2024

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