Eedris Abdulkareem, controversial hip-hop artiste, has unleashed a scathing, profanity-laced attack on singers Mr Eazi and Davido.


The veteran’s grudge with Mr Eazi is his assertion that he pioneered the incorporation of Ghanaian slangs and lingos into Nigerian music.

Speaking in an interview with GoldMyne TV, Abdulkareem literally said Mr Eazi lacks intelligence and that he’s unwise.

Lampooning him for making the bold claim, he went further by picking holes in it.


He said: “Number one, you sound like Ghanaians, that’s why you are accepted, you are not original. But because it is an African music, you will be accepted. Who are you to say a thing like that? That’s pride.”

The rapper’s grievance with Davido, it appears, is the ‘IF’ singer’s criticism of Dele Momodu, Ovation publisher, in 2016.

At the time, Davido had taken a swipe at Momodu on the remix of Humblesmith’s ‘Osinachi’ and Falz’s ‘Bahd Baddo Baddest’ over the latter’s interference in his baby-mama drama with Sophie Momodu.


Although the Momodu-Davido incident is close to two years old, Abdulkareem brought it back to life during the interview.

Using the same profane words on Davido, the rapper said: “Dele Momodu made you what you are. They fought for the industry, at the same time went into the politics to make sure that we are enjoying what we are enjoying today.”

Abdulkareem recently released a new single entitled ‘Trouble Dey Sleep,’ which addressed a number of topical and political issues in the country.


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