Innocent Idibia, the Nigerian singer better known as 2Baba, says the term “people of colour” is illogical to him.

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The music star spoke on issues around racism in an Instagram post on Tuesday.

People of colour is a term used to describe any person who is not considered white or who is of a mixed race.

In the post, 2Baba said using the term is “total bullshit to me”.

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He argued that using the term for people who are not whites is discriminatory.

“Unless we’re all saying that white is not a colour. The idea of saying people of colour is total bullshit to me. #2Babarandomthoughts,” he wrote.

Racism is a major issue across the globe and has been condemned by several celebrities in the past.

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Conversations around it has intensified since the death of George Floyd, a black American.

Floyd died on May 25, 2020 after being pinned down by the neck for nearly nine minutes by a Minnesota police officer, during an arrest.

Reacting to Floyd’s death, Anthony Joshua, the British-Nigerian boxer, described racism as a “pandemic”.

2Baba has established himself as a popular name in the global music industry.

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He has also been in the news in recent times over his marriage to Annie Idibia, the actress.



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