Why Teni And Patoranking Remain My Greatest Regret – Soso Soberekon

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Nigerian businessman and music executive, Soso Soberekon, has thought back on his greatest regret in life, which he claims was not signing musicians Teni Apata and Patoranking when he had the chance.

Soso Soberekon received several questions from followers after starting a question and answer session on his own Instagram page, and he then answered them honestly.

When a follower questioned him about his greatest regret, Soso Soberekon replied that it was his refusal to sign Patoranking and Teni.

He went on to say that Patoranking would frequently ride an Okada (motorcycle) from Ikorodu/Ebute Meta in Lagos to meet him and urge him to sign him but he turned down his request.

Soberekon continued by saying that he later signed another musician, who Patoranking is now 100 times bigger, and that this caused him a great loss.


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Why Teni And Patoranking Remain My Greatest Regret – Soso Soberekon

Read a few reactions below;


If you couldn’t blow the one you signed, then pato was lucky And do jazzy nor wan gree sign me now 😂make baba nor go dey regret later o Shalaye, he still won’t acknowledge this!
Shoshoshooo man



You were not his destiny helper, if you were God would have touched u in ur heart to help him then, and yes God saved him from u sir if u couldn’t make the person u signed to blow u wouldn’t have helped patoranking blow too..he dodged a bullet abeg 😂



Oh well, another question is would be able to put them on the spot just like they are currently. Cos I see no reason why the one you signed we’ve never heard of him before.

Showing you’ve probably not done your homework well by pushing him/ her to the limelight for the world to see



This is deep and it is an eye-opener, when God want to bless you he will do it and he only will take the glory …don’t regret bro it’s still part of your story


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