“Never Thought I Would Be Married To The Devil” – Singer Skales Releases ‘Diss Track’ Against Wife (Video)

Skales Diss Track Recorded For His Wife

Nigerian singer, Raoul John Njeng-Njeng, better known as Skales, has shared a snippet of a diss track he recorded for his wife, Hassanity.

Skales and his wife – who wed in 2021 – are understood to be at odds at the moment after he called her out a few days ago because she was grieving for his late mother, shared a series of cryptic messages about his mental health, and advised people against marrying a heartless person .

Hassanity had expressed her sadness at the death of her mother-in-law on her official Instagram page, but the singer was unperturbed and asked her to stop faking for the gram and remove the photo as she never showed sympathy in real life.

Now, just days later, Skales has taken to his social media page to release a diss track about his wife that offers a glimpse into what happened in their marriage.

Skales said in the diss track that he is married to the devil, which he never thought would happen to him.

In his words,

“Rest in peace to mama John. I ain’t never I’m a mama’s son. Never thought that I would be married to the devil. My life is a movie..that shit is on another level. Ain’t no much to discuss. It’s too much to bear, I’m just filled with disgust. I lost my queen to the evil of this cold world. Now it’s just me alone against the whole world.”

The rapper further said in the song, “You could have saved my mama’s life. You were ten minutes away from the crib.”

“Disappointed by the one I called fam. This shit wasn’t no love. It was all for the gram. How can you be so insensitive. You could have saved my mama’s life. You were ten minutes away from the crib. I am in my feelings and I really don’t know how to act. You said it was better for worse but you didn’t have my back.”, he added.

Listen to the song below,

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