Nigerian prominent singer, Joshua Iniyezo, popularly referred to on stage as Solidstar, has shared his dissatisfaction over less support from Deltans to Entertainers.
Solidstar disclosed this yesterday via his verified paged on the micro blogging site, twitter.
He described the situation by relating Deltans to the like of the Igbos and Yoruba stressing that they regard, support, respect and love their entertainers.
Speaking further, solidstar noted that due to lack of supports and respect given to their entertainers, it has caused entertainers not to feel the importance of going home.
He therefore advised Deltans to support and respect their entertainers for the betterment of the entertainment industry in the state .
The singer who is an Indigene of Isoko speaking tribe in Delta State, started his musical career as a drummer in his local church, at his home town.
Recall that solidstar came into limelight after his debut single ‘One in a million’ featuring legendary 2Baba in 2008.
He has released several hit songs back-to-back in the music industry
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