Famous Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, has responded to Festus Keyamo’s claims that he begged to support Buhari in 2018
Keyamo had shared screenshots of chats from the singer showing interest in being part of Buhari’s campaign at the time.
Eedris has now called the minister a chief blackmailer who joined the cabal over his political ambition of becoming governor of Delta state.
Popular Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, recently went to social media to share his own side of events after the minister of labour and employment, Festus Keyamo, dragged him with receipts.
Keyamo did this in reaction to Eedris’ recently released track, Jaga Jaga Reloaded and claimed that the rapper actually begged to be part of Buhari’s campaign in 2018.
In the rapper’s Instagram post, he accused Keyamo of joining the cabal and went on to explain how he stood by the minister when he was in prison.
Eedris added that when his mother was sick, he reached out to Keyamo for help and he refused even though he could have done something.
According to him, the minister was so wicked that he kept screenshots of personal details for three years.
The rapper said that was the ‘real hallmark of a blackmailer’.
Further in his rant, Eedris said he still had hope in Keyamo to effect change in the government, then he joined the cabal.
The rapper called Keyamo a Senior Advocate Blackmailer of Nigeria and said he went to the studio with annoyance to record Jaga Jaga reloaded.
In his words:
“The Blackmailer said I recorded a song for Buhari.
The said song is titled: “Obasanjo Write Buhari Letter”.
Here is the link to that song, listen and you will phantom the deviousness and dubiousness of the evil SAN (Senior Advocate Blackmailer of Nigeria) called Festus Keyamo.”
Abdulkareem then said that Keyamo has ambitions to become the governor of Delta state and joined the cabal.
“Festus Keyamo don join the cabal.
He is in pains because his next ambition is to be governor of Delta State.”