- Popular Nigerian musician, Eedris Abdulkareem, has gone down memory lane to explain what really caused his fight with American rapper, 50 Cent
- Eedris said that the organisers of the show the American artiste was to perform at played him and turned the rapper against him
- In his live chat with Samklef, he also called out popular human right activists, Festus Keyanmo and Charley Boy for betraying him
Legendary Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, has spoken in-depth about the 50 Cent saga that happened many years ago when the American rapper was invited to perform in Nigeria.
In his Instagram live chat with Samklef, a famous beat producer, he said that the sacrifice he made in standing his ground against the shabby ways Nigerian musicians were treated made the way for many today.
The Jaga Jaga crooner said that when he insisted to be given the same classy treatment as 50 Cent, he knew what he was risking, adding that he had to either choose between being weak or doing what is best.
Towards the tail-end of the video, he said that popular activist, Festus Keyamo, and Charley Boy all sold him out during the period, detailing how they did so.
Watch the full video below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that popular Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, again lent his voice to the political issues in the country.
In his tweet on Friday, May 8, the famous actor questions Nigerian leaders who loot the nation without remorse, asking them if they would die if they make the country work well.
He asked them further if they belong to any cult whose oath stops them from making the nation work through qualitative developments.
Yul Edochie said this as he tweeted a screenshot of one Ohimai Godwin Amaize's tweet who commented about the recently recovered Abacha's loot which is in the tune of $311 million (N121,290,000,000).
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In the said picture, the person said if N1 billion of the loot was allocated to each of the country's public hospitals, there will still be enough left.
In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Kosi Ugo, recently left social media users buzzing with reactions after he took to the Facebook platform to recount his experience with a married woman who once propositioned him.
According to Ugo, the married woman offered to pay him a whopping N3m to impregnate her. Ugo claims the woman said she didn't want her children to inherit her husband's genes.
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