“Kids Wey Dey Use Their Papa Brokos Play Okoso”: Eeedris Abdulkareem Writes Letter to Tinubu

“Kids Wey Dey Use Their Papa Brokos Play Okoso”: Eeedris Abdulkareem Writes Letter to Tinubu

  • Eedris Abudlkareem has written to the president of Nigeria about the way hunger is dealing with the people
  • He said he wanted to rest from responding to trolls who called him out over the interview he granted and continue advocating for the masses
  • In the long note, he stated that the president's popular slogan "Emi lo kan" has become "Ebi lo kan," adding that he would release another song soon
  • In an exclusive chat with Legit.ng, Eedris Abdul Kareem said the song will soon be released

Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abuldkareem, has written a letter to the president of Nigeria about the state of the country.

The singer, in his post on social media, said he would no longer be responding to the people who called him out and was ready to fight for the masses.

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According to him, Tinubu's popular slogan, 'Emi lo kan' has become 'Ebi lo kan'. He added that a lot of people never spoke up for the masses nor stood by them but they all popped up to divert his attention from the topical issue.

Eedris Abdulkareem writes Tinubu on stste of the nation.
Eedris Abdulkareem writes Tinubu on stste of the nation. Photo credit @abdulkareemeedris
Source: Instagram

Abdulkareem says state of nation is important

In his note, the rapper who had a kidney transplant mentioned that commenting on the way things were going in the country was more important to him than anything else.

He announced that it was time to advocate for the nation and the masses. And said his song 'Emi Lokan' would drop soon.

This came after the controversial interview granted by the rapper, where he said he paved the way for other Nigerian singers. He was slammed by many for the utterance.

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How fans reacted to the video

Reactions have trailed the video made by Abdulkareem about Nigeria. Here are some of the comments below:


"We need you this time idriz."


"Legend for a reason."


"Voice of the street ..salute."


"This is not the Eedriss I use to know. Men, this here didn’t move an itch of me."


"Baba See as I they read your write up I come they use am rap. God bles you Nigeria will be great again"


"Voice of the voiceless."


"Nigeria jaga jaga still the best."


"Man this is not 1992,we in 2024."


"People should stop comparing other artiste with Eedris no be competition between artiste just music against bad governments. Baba do your thing the world is watching music is the weapon for a reason."


"Their mind non go touch ground."

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Abdulkareem says the song will be out soon

In a chat with Legit.ng, Abdulkareem says he is working to release his song, 'Emilokan'.

He said:

"The song isn't out yet but it will soon be. So wait till it drops, I want Nigerians to anticipate it."

Kcee reacts to Abdulkareem's claim

Legit.ng had reported that Kcee left many stunned after sharing a secret about Abdulkareem on Naija Info FM.

According to him, he was on the flight when the singer and 50 Cent fought two decades ago. He noted that his brother E-Money was also with him then and was recording everything that happened.

Source: Legit.ng

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