Eedris Abdulkareem is one musician who is quick to blast and insult colleagues and celebrities.
He isn’t one to hold his tongue and lately he has been doing a lot of talking in the press. We take a look at some of the celebrities Eedris Abdulkareem has insulted in recent years.
1. Mr. Eazi
Eedris Abdulkareem blasted Mr. Eazi over comments he made concerning Nigerian artist jumping on the Ghanaian wave of music. While granting an interview with Goldmyne TV, Eedris Abdulkareem called Mr. Eazi stupid for his comment that angered many Nigerians.
“You must be a stupid man. You are a fool. Number one you sound like Ghanaians. That’s why you are accepted, that’s why you are not original but because its African music that’s why you are accepted. Who are you to say a thing like that? That’s pride” said Eedris Abdulkareem.
D’banj is one those who haven’t been spared by Eedris Abdulkareem in his unpopular rage. In an interview with Goldmyne TV, the veteran Nigerian rapper lashed out at D’banj for his 2012 separation from Don Jazzy.
“The biggest mistake someone like D’banj made was to be so stupid and leave Don Jazzy. You know why? Dbanj no gets talent. Na razzmatazz he gets,” he said.
Timaya has gotten his own fair share of insults from Eedris Abdulkareem’s rants. Eedris Abdulkareem lashed out at Timaya, claiming that the star has forgotten his roots and has become an ingrate.
However, Timaya wasn’t having any of this insults as he took to his Instagram page on September 2017, where he took Eedris to the cleaners, calling him a “Dirty Igbo smoker”.
In the case of Davido, Eedris Abdulkareem was a bit relaxed on him. He rather had a message for him concerning the kind of videos he makes. During an interview, Eedris said.
“Davido and other artistes are riding on international platforms and making Africa proud. But my advice to him and others artistes is that don’t go to America and come back to show us cocaine in your videos which makes no sense.”
5. 2face Idibia
Shockingly, 2baba was blasted by Eedris Abdulkareem whom fans thought had a cordial relationship.
The ‘Jaga Jaga’ artist faulted 2Baba for chasing all the good people around him away, attempting to carry out a national protest without carrying along the veterans like him, suggesting that as a writer of love songs he doesn’t necessarily sing socially conscious music that qualifies him to lead such protest.
“You go dey start protest, think say you fit do am alone, you don forget say what you do basically is love songs, dey impregnate people dey go,” the rapper said.