I am a private person, I never wanted to be popular - MI

I am a private person, I never wanted to be popular - MI

Being in the limelight is one of the perks that come with enjoying a celebrity status. While many entertainers are comfortable with being the subject of attention, others are left with the choice of coping through it all.

Nigerian rap act, MI Abaga, recently made a new revelation about himself in an interview with Peoples TV’s entertainment programme e360. The celebrated rap star disclosed that he never wanted to be the most popular person in the world but only wanted to be able to sufficiently provide for his family.

He continued by adding that as an artist, once you start to grow older, you must take the initiative to prioritize the things that are most important in life.

Abaga said that although the pressure to live a luxurious life has always been on him, he had never been depressed. He stressed that it was okay if a person could not afford the extravagant things in life as happiness should come first before every other secondary things.

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When asked about why he included his controversial rap track, You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives, in his last album, the rap icon disclosed that he wanted the song to serve a purpose for rappers who had been underground. He added that the song had steered talented rap acts to start coming out to showcase their talent.

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The rap star further made his intention to go into movie production known. He added that he was not going to be joining the movie industry as an actor but would pitch his tent with movie production.

Abaga said he was going to search for talented directors and writers as he wished to support them with his skill set. He added that he had an interesting script in the works and the movie was going to be one that everyone would love to watch.

See the full interview below:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously gathered the report of popular Nigerian rap act, Ice Prince, who had revealed that he was not under any pressure to make hit songs. The rap star disclosed that he was not looking to replicate the successes of his previously released hit songs.

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