Controversial rapper Eedris Abdulkareem has called out the Mo’Hits pop singer D’banj and other Nigerian artistes who campaigned for President Goodluck Jonathan before the April Polls in 2011.
Today, Tuesday, January 10, 2012 the Kennis Music act made an appearance at theGani Fawehinmi Park in support of the on-going strike against the Federal government’s removal of Fuel subsidy.
Eedris got on stage and said ‘…and all of una wey sing for Goodluck, F*** that bastard D’banj for collecting Money from Goodluck, God will punish you’.
The rapper also revisited his past issues with former president Olusegun Obasanjo.
‘The man wey say i dey craze because i sing Nigeria jaga jaga where him dey now inside this hardship. Na 2002 I sing Nigeria JagaJaga, na 2012 we dey so o’, Eedris lamented to the mammoth crowd.
The rapper who has six albums credited to his career had released ‘Jaga jaga’, a single which described the country’s down-state back in 2002. Obasanjo supposedly replied him derogatorily.
NET had a quick chat with the rapper just after he got performed his songs. Eedris disclosed that he was also approached to campaign for the current president but he said ‘no’. ‘They called me too but I turned them down, D’banj can’t be here because he knows he has disappointed the people’, Eedris said.
Others at second day of the protest include Olu Maintain, Pasuma, Zeez, Femi Kuti, Eldee, Seun Kuti, Salawa Abeni, Tosyn Bucknor,Tunde Bakare, Dele Osunmakinde, Bimbo Akintola, Desmond Elliot and several others.
In related news, the rapper recently released a sequel to his ‘Jaga jaga’ hit song titled ‘Jaga jaga Pt 2’; the message doesn’t stray away from the content in the original song.
Source – korrectnation.com