By Rashidat Akashat
Mr Eazi who received a backlash for saying Ghana’s influence on Nigerian music cannot be overemphasized, just posted that his family is not pleased with him.
Mr Eazi Apologises
The Hollup singer tweeted that his family in Imeko thinks he is a prodigal child and are making plans to send him to Ghana, where he belongs.
“Just got a call, my fam in Imeko are doing family meeting to deport me to Ghana! Abeg my Naija people no vez,” he apologized.
The Nigerian artiste who wasn’t given any award in Ghana, took to twitter yesterday to air his view on Ghana music saying “Ghana’s influence on present day “Naija Sound” cannot be over emphasized!!!” and received a shocker.
Slammed and lashed after the tweets, with failed defense mechanism especially to Nigerians who took offence at his post, the singer did the needful, a damage control message was the best to come up with.
Eazi’s fans would likely take it ‘eazy’ with him.