Eedris Abdulkareem attributes 2Baba’s career success to Blackface

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During a recent episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast, musician Eedris Abdulkareem stirred controversy by suggesting that his colleague 2Baba owes much of his career success to his former bandmate Blackface.

Speaking alongside OAP Nedu, Deity Cole, and Husband Material, the 50-year-old artist highlighted Blackface’s pivotal role as the leader of the now-defunct Plantashun Boiz, which catapulted 2Baba, formerly known as 2Face, into the limelight.

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“Most of the achievements 2Baba enjoys today are credited to Blackface,” Eedris asserted.

The trio of Blackface, 2Baba, and Faze once formed the acclaimed band Plantashun Boiz, which disbanded following internal conflicts, leading each member to pursue solo careers.

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Blackface has previously accused 2Baba of contributing to the group’s breakup and even alleged that the iconic hit “African Queen” was originally his creation, claiming it was appropriated by 2Baba.

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Eedris Abdulkareem’s remarks have reignited discussions about the dynamics within Plantashun Boiz and the contributions of its members to the Nigerian music industry.

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