Adekunle Gold, the reason I feel remorse for writing a song about my Ex

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Adekunle Gold, a musician from Nigeria, has spoken publicly about his feelings of guilt about a song he wrote about a former lover who shattered his heart.

‘Damn Delilah,’ a song from his debut album ‘About 30,’ recounts his pain at the hands of a deceitful woman.

On Sunday, to celebrate the album’s sixth anniversary, the singer posted a photo of the cover on his X account along with the message, “Happy 6 years Anniversary to my beautiful piece of Art.” “Approximately 30.”

“Delilah will never forget this album [laughing emoji].” was the caption that accompanied the repost from a supporting fan.

“She made it. “There are moments when I regret releasing that song,” Adekunle Gold said.

“Please tell us the whole story,” a fan who was really interested begged the performer.

“You people,” Adekunle Gold wrote, using a stress emoji. Many times, I have recounted the tale. I was seeing a girl who, unbeknownst to me, had a boyfriend.

Even if I don’t fall, the chick plays me. To make a long tale short, I received a threat call from an unknown man on a Saturday morning, telling me to stop talking to his girlfriend and to back off. Without hesitation, I contacted the chick; she promptly blocked me everywhere. Lol.

I made Damn Delilah because I was so devastated.

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