Ruger says he’s now born again

By Our Correspondent 
 


Ruger, the Mavin Records-signed artiste, says he has given his life to Jesus Christ.


The singer took to his Instagram page to reveal that he recently made several confessions about his upcoming album.

He also appreciated Tabernacle Christian Center for the “deliverance service” which he said made him the new man he is now.

“I’ve confessed a lot of things on this album. I’m now born again guys. Shout out to Tabernacle Christian Centre for the deliverance service,” he wrote.

Ruger, however, didn’t reveal the title or release date of the album.

Since the release of ‘Bounce’, his hit single in 2021, Ruger has continued to enjoy fame in the Nigerian music industry.

The singer has made the headlines on several occasions either for the lyrics of his songs about women or some of his activities with his female fans during shows.

In March, a female fan left the singer stunned after she grabbed his manhood on stage.

Dumbstruck, Ruger fends off her grab and holds her hand momentarily before storming off the stage in rage.

He is signed to D’Prince’s Jonzing World Record record label, an affiliate of Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records.


In January, Ruger recounted how a producer once refused to hear him out because he was not financially buoyant.

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