Ebenezer Obey, better known as the Chief Commander, has addressed a perceived feud between himself and Juju music legend, King Sunny Ade, saying it was untrue.

Chief Ebenezer Obey said there was never a time that King Sunny Ade and himself quarreled as opposed to speculations from their fans across the globe.

“Sunny Ade is my brother and he is my colleague and God has given him and myself the platform; we have been able to reign for so long” he said

Speaking on how long their music reigns, he noted that God has used them to set an example for those coming after them.

“Sunny is my younger brother and for us to be there, God has used us to set an example for those coming after us. I have not seen artistes that have lasted so long like myself and Sunny.”

Speaking on rivalry speculations about them, he noted that, “In politics, people have rivalry and they almost brought that into music, when I sing, they say I’m referring to Sunny, when Sunny sings, they say he is referring to me and there was nothing like that.”

He further explained how they both use the speculations to make money for themselves.

“So to make our fans understand there was nothing like that, we do some records because we are not actually fighting.”

Both men ruled the Juju music scene for decades since the late 1960s.