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Calling 2face gay is a normal thing- Blackface

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Nigerian singer, Blackface is currently not ready to relent over his age-long rift with his ex-bandmate, 2face Idibia.

In a recent controversial song titled ‘War,’Blackface called out 2face out over claims of hypocrisy, song theft and went on to call him ‘gay’.

This has sparked different reactions on social media, with many condemning him for describing 2baba in such an unsavoury way.

However in a chat with LIB, the ‘Hard life’ singer said: ”Yes I called him gay, it’s a normal thing in music when you are yabbing someone, people have been doing it for ages. I can abuse his mother and say anything its normal”.

On why he released a controversial despite the fact that they have a pending case in court, Blackface said:”Having a case in court doesn’t stop me from doing music. He has the same case in court and he’s been taking secret shots at me with his ‘Oyi’ and other songs, so it’s not a problem at all.

I have always said it that if and when I want to yab 2face I’ll call him out directly, I’m not like him that’s been taking secret shots at me for ages. Go and listen to ‘Oyi’ he’s taking shots at me but he’s using the Idoma language to confuse you people that its a love song ‘Oyi’ is used to refer to a male in his language. If you also listen to his song ‘Only Me’, the line ‘i no say no be everybody sabi play ball’ line is also directly a shot at me. If he’s bold enough, he should grant an interview to address the issue but he won’t”.

 

Earlier this year, Tuface  gave graphic details of what transpired between him and his former friend and band mate, Blackface, revealing that the latter started attacking him after he made known his intention to go solo to all the members of the defunct musical group, plantashun boiz.

 

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