Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold has expressed regret over recording a song about an ex-girlfriend who broke his heart. He detailed his heartbreak caused by a manipulative woman in the track “Damn Delilah” from his debut album “About 30.”

To commemorate the album’s sixth anniversary, Adekunle Gold posted its cover on his X handle on Sunday, captioning it, “Happy 6 years Anniversary to my beautiful piece of Art. #About30.”

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A fan reshared the post, commenting, “Delilah will never forget this album.”

Adekunle Gold responded, “She passed. Sometimes I feel bad for making that record.”

When another fan asked for the full story, Adekunle Gold replied, “You people [stress emoji]. I have told the story many times. Anyway, I was in a relationship with a girl who had a boyfriend (I didn’t know). I fell for her, but she was playing me.

Long story short, one Saturday morning, I got a threat call from a random guy telling me to back off and never speak to his woman again. I called her immediately, but she had blocked me everywhere. Lol. I got so heartbroken and made ‘Damn Delilah’.”