Fuji music star, Saheed Osupa, has taken a significant step toward resolving the longstanding feud between him and his fellow Fuji music icon, Wasiu Ayinde, also known as K1 De Ultimate. Osupa paid a courtesy visit to K1 at his residence in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, in a move that could potentially put an end to their age-long rivalry.
The feud between Saheed Osupa and K1 De Ultimate has been a source of debate among their fans for years, with both camps staunchly defending their favorite artists. This rivalry had escalated to the point of heated exchanges, leaving the Fuji music community divided.
Recent events in the Fuji music industry have led to a shift in the relationship dynamics among top Fuji acts like K1, Osupa, Pasuma, and Malaika. The passing of Pasuma’s mother, Alhaja Khadijat Odetola, a few weeks ago, initiated peace efforts among these musicians. They reportedly sent condolences to Pasuma and expressed their desire to promote peace and end their long-standing feud at the burial ceremony.
Saheed Osupa’s visit to K1’s residence was seen by some as a possible publicity stunt, while others hoped it would lead to a genuine reconciliation. However, Osupa clarified that his visit was a sincere effort to promote peace, unity, and progress within the Fuji music industry. He emphasized his commitment to these ideals and the importance of their visit in demonstrating their desire for lasting harmony.
During their meeting, K1 De Ultimate and Osupa embraced warmly, setting a reconciliatory tone. They entered K1’s residence and engaged in a candid and humble conversation. Both artists acknowledged the divisive impact of their rivalry on their fans and pledged to put an end to it.
As a gesture of goodwill, K1 De Ultimate initiated a prayer session, emphasizing that it was time to end their differences and embrace peace. He commended Osupa for his visit and expressed pride in it, noting that those who honor their leaders will also receive honor from others.
K1 De Ultimate said, “When people give honor to their leader, they will also be honored by God. I honored Mr. Fuji (Ayinde Barrister) during his lifetime and even in death, which is why I have continued to enjoy God’s grace. Let me tell you that from the depth of my heart, I feel proud of your visit and I am sure that God will also elevate you.”