Popular Nigerian Hip-hop artist, Eedris Abdulkareem has again blasted former president Olusegun Obasanjo, both in a new single he just released and on twitter.
Listen to Eedris Abdulkareem – Baba
Meanwhile, the new song, apparently inspired by Obasanjo’s recent interview where he made reference to the Eedris’ song – ‘Nigeria jagajaga’ has attracted different reactions from Nigerians. Some are in support and some are not.
Below is part of the lyrics of the new single titled ‘Baba’(in Nigerian local language – pigin)
Baba na you born me, I no send you again because you no be good papa
Which kind papa dey oppress im pikin, which kind papa no like im pikin, which kind papa no wan make im pikin grow’
I tire o, i never see that kind papa, that one na bad papa I beg, from this moment baba I disown you, I no like you, I dey look for another papa one time,
He continued: 12 years ago when I sang jagajaga, say my papa be jagajaga, say my mama be jagajaga, which kind papa wey go curse im pikin, na wicked papa e, that baba has been vindicated, 12 years ago Nigeria jagajaga, today Nigeria pafuka, you be bad papa, you no be good papa…
Again, on twitter, Eedris Abdulkareem wrote:
I wish obj can work on the street without security ……
which kind work we for give am make him do on the street self
a teacher of public corruption and malpractice….
but guys do u think baba can walk on the street alone?
I believe BABA is stil eying presidency…….
Boko haram is political it has nothing to do with religious crisis gbao……