Mr Eazi is cooking up another drama.

He is working really hard to make himself ‘unblow’ thanks to his recent utterances during a sit-down with MTV Base Africa.

Speaking with the music channel,  the ‘Leg Over’ crooner claimed that his concerts in the UK led  to more African musicians getting invitations to come host gigs  in London.

How can a musician who only became known after he signed to Wizkid’s Starboy record have any effect on African’s hosting concerts in the UK?

The likes of Davido, Wizkid and  D’banj, have been making waves in the UK before Mr Eazi bounced along.

 This the third time in a space of one month that the singer would be saying something 'shamelessly outrageous'.


Early in September, Eazi accused other musicians of copying him by mixing Ghanaian sounds and Nigerian tunes.

Runtown quickly clapped back at Mr Eazi, even though no names were mentioned in the ‘battle’.

The  singer, whose real name is Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, went on Beat FM radio station to lie.

He alleged that he was paid $6,000 per month at an oil servicing company in Port Harcourt but quit the job because he didn’t find ‘fulfillment’ in it.

He finally admitted that he was only an intern at Schlumberger Oil Services Company in Port Harcourt

I paved the way for African artists in London - Mr Eazi

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