”Stop talking Nonesense”, 2baba Blast Idris Abdulkareem, Blackface


He took to Twitter to blast the two – 2baba asked them to stop talking nonsense Following several attacks on his person both in public and private by his one-time friends Blackface and Idris Abdulkareem, 2baba Idibia has finally responded.

Blackface had given an interview where he detailed why he was angry at 2baba. He said he was tough on him because not only did he ‘steal’ from him; he is not doing well as a musician. “Why I am tough on 2face is because he can do better, and he isn’t trying to do better. I don’t think he has people around him that are trying to make him do better. From management to everything.

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If Efe Omoregbe his manager is here, I will tell him to his face. He is not trying at all. He needs to get writers from the boy…We just heard his last record (‘Ascension’ album) and it is broken,”

However 2baba has responded to Blackface’s comments. He took to his Twitter account to ask them to “stop talking nonsense all the time.” “Dear blackface and idris. as na una sabi music pass make una do the music and stop talking nonsense all the time. I’m 2 busy so this is the only advice and response u’re gonna get from me. una fit resume una nonsense rants.”

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Idris Abdulkareem and Blackface are yet to respond to 2baba’s latest comment.

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