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D’banj: “eedris Abdulkareem Insulted Artistes Young Enough To Be His Children”
Even as back in the days musician, Eedris
Abdulkareem, tongue-lashed D’banj in a recent
video, calling him “stupid” to have left Don
Jazzy, the Kokomaster has refused to retaliate
but rather gave a subtle throwback by saying
Eedris insulted people who are young enough
to be his children.
The controversial singer had in the said video
that surfaced online recently, took some of his
younger colleagues to the cleaners while
saying D’banj “lacked talent and all he has is
Saturday Beats caught up with the Kokomaster
during the one year anniversary of his
initiative, CREAM, an acronym that stands for
Creative, Reality, Entertainment, Arts and
Music and he bared his mind on Eedris’
He told Saturday Beats that he felt Eedris could
have handled the matter in a better way. The
Kokomaster said, “At first, I did not see the
video where Eedris spoke about me and
initially, I thought it was something else till
people sent me the video.
I have seen different videos of him talking
about different artistes that are young enough
to be his kids. I would have thought that if he
was such a role model, there were better ways
he could pass his message across but I have
nothing against him. I have nothing more to
say about him. I feel people just have different
ways of expressing themselves.”
He also used the opportunity to talk about his
son and what being a father means to him.
“Being a father is very humbling. I have
always acted as a father to a lot of young
artistes from the days of Mo Hits but now, I
have a child of my own. When he was born, I
was in the hospital and as I held his hands, it
made me realise that to whom much is given,
much is expected. This is someone’s life that I
am responsible for. It is not just about
fatherhood but now I have a family. Before I
became a family man, I took decisions without
looking back. I could decide to sleep on the
Mainland; I could decide to chill with my
friends. But now, I have responsibilities. I
have people that I am responsible for and we
are growing together. The good thing is that I
have a great partner and I love it. Each time I
look into the eyes of my son, I know that it is
real; I have to keep working harder,” he said.
Apparently impressed about the success of his
CREAM initiative within a year and how it has
changed lives, the singer said, “The CREAM
platform was valued by KPMG and that is why
we put out their findings. Nine months into
the launch of the platform, we employed them
and they helped with documentation. We have
not done any other auditing since then and I
was surprised about their findings because this
is a platform that we just launched. It is an
idea that God gave us and I worked on it with
my wonderful team and for it to be valued at
over a hundred million is humbling. I am sure
that as I speak with you, the value of the
initiative has increased because we have more
investors and we are thinking on expanding to
other countries. I am sure that in the next few
years, we would have advanced. However, that
is not the point of the CREAM initiative. It was
established to serve as a platform that can
encourage talents in Nigeria and I am glad it is
achieving its purpose.”

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