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Eedris Abdulkareem Condemns Burna Boy’s Remarks


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In the ever-evolving landscape of the Nigerian music industry, controversies seem to be as commonplace as chart-topping hits. The latest episode in this saga involves veteran artist Eedris Abdulkareem and afro-fusion sensation Burna Boy, as they engage in a heated exchange over remarks made regarding support within the industry.

The Sparks Fly

It all started when Burna Boy, known for his unapologetic demeanor, took to social media to address comments reportedly made by Abdulkareem in an unreleased podcast episode. Burna Boy appeared to express disdain towards the support he received during a health crisis in 2022, pointing fingers at those who aided him financially. This incited a response from Abdulkareem, who found Burna Boy’s remarks deeply disrespectful and shameful.

Rudeboy, of the defunct Psquare duo, also weighed in on the matter, expressing frustration over what he perceived as hypocrisy and ingratitude within the industry. His remarks added fuel to an already blazing fire, igniting a wave of debate and discussion across the music scene.

Abdulkareem Strikes Back

In a snippet from the aforementioned podcast, Abdulkareem did not hold back in condemning Burna Boy’s comments as “stupid talk.” He expressed disbelief at the notion that Burna Boy, a celebrated artist on both local and international stages, had received minimal support from within the Nigerian music industry.

As tensions continue to rise, Burna Boy stands firm in his assertion of minimal support and facing animosity from his peers. However, his claims are met with skepticism and rebuttal from figures like Abdulkareem and Rudeboy, who challenge the narrative of neglect within the industry.

The Nigerian music industry remains a hotbed of talent, creativity, and controversy. The recent clash between Eedris Abdulkareem and Burna Boy serves as yet another reminder of the complexities and intricacies at play within this vibrant ecosystem. As the dust settles, one thing is certain: the beat goes on, and so does the drama.

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