2Baba Sends Warning To Charly Boy ‘I’m Not Nigeria’s Problem’

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Legendary Nigerian singer 2Baba is displeased with the controversial Charly Boy who called him out for not partaking in his protest against the Federal Government in Abuja.

Charly Boy had earlier reached out to some Nigerian to join him in his #OurMumuDonDo protest. Some celebrities did not join the protest and aka Area Fada amongst others called out 2Baba for missing in action.

The African Queen crooner during a chitchat with Saturday Beats showed his displeasure for being called out by the Area Fada.

He said, “The only thing I have to say about the protest is that I am not Nigeria’s problem. I don’t understand why Charly Boy is calling me out. He should talk to the people that are Nigeria’s problem. That is all I have to say about that.”

The Hypertek Boss also responded to the dismissal of fraud charges against his former record label signee .

“I always knew that Dammy Krane would be freed but you know that he still had to go to court and clear his name. It was just unfortunate that it happened to him. I would say that he was at the right place at the wrong time. He was going for a show and some people that were travelling with him were of questionable character and it implicated everyone else. It could have happened to anybody.

“A similar occurrence almost happened to me once. I went for a show in Amsterdam or somewhere in Europe, I can’t really recall. The ticket was bought with stolen cards and I did not know. It almost caused problems for me but everyone was aware that I did not buy the ticket myself so they sorted it out. Such an incident could happen to anybody.”

The music maestro spoke happily to the news correspondent about his forthcoming concert 'Buckwyld n Breathless'.

“People like good music and live performances and my focus is to keep the spirit alive and that is why I’m staging the Buckwyld and Breathless concert. That is the only place that people would get to watch me on a full scale. This year, we are hosting another edition we tagged The Lagos Dream. And as you know, it is a scripted show; so there is going to be a lot of creativity on stage and artistic performance. It would not be something that you would see at other shows.”