Blackface accuses 2Face of being to blame for their issues

Blackface accuses 2Face of being to blame for their issues

Ahmedu Augustine Obiabo, also known as Blackface, a famous dancehall artist and ex-member of the disbanded Plantashun Boiz, has accused former bandmate 2Face Idibia for their long-standing feud.

According to Naija News, Blackface stated on the newest edition of ‘The Honest Bunch Podcast’ that he and Faze are on good terms, but that 2Face’s inferiority mindset is to blame for their breakup.

He stated that it was time to bury the hatchet, emphasizing that he had forgiven 2Face for all he had done to him, both consciously and unwittingly.

Blackface also begged the ‘African Queen’ singer to forgive him for everything he had done to him.

He said, “I and Faze are cool. Maybe 2face has inferiority complex towards me.

“It is time to bury the hatchet. I forgive 2face for everything he has done to me, knowingly and unknowingly. He should also make space to forgive me for anything I have done.”

As the FBI prepares to release Tinubu’s documents, 2Face reacts.

Meanwhile, 2Face Idibia has responded to reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the United States’ frontline law enforcement organization, will begin turning over around 2,500 papers connected to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu in its database.

According to Peoples Gazette, the FBI stated in a recent court filing that it will begin providing the records in October, with a cap of 500 pages each month.

“FBI has identified a total of approximately 2500 pages potentially responsive to FOIA requests 1553430-00 and 1587544-000,” the agency wrote in a status report docketed on September 11 before the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C.

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Tuface, on the other hand, suggested in a post on X that the FBI should instead share documents about previous US presidents and occurrences in other countries.

The musician argued that Nigeria should be left to manage its crisis till the documents of former US leaders are disclosed.

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