Mr Eazi to Donate London Festival Proceeds to Makurdi Flood Relief
Mr Eazi is set to donate some percentage of the proceeds of his upcoming London festival to the victims of the Makurdi flood.
Writing on his social media yesterday, the Skintight singer, who is set to host the Life is Culture festival in London on September 23, said that 10 percent of the earnings should be sent back home, to help the flood victims.
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The singer made this heartwarming announcement at the peak of a media firestorm which saw many Nigerians criticising him on social media.
Drama started when Mr Eazi fired direct shots at his Nigerian colleagues saying they are all ripping off what he started; that is, mixing Ghanaian sounds/words with Nigerian ones to make hit songs. Though he didn’t name names, Runtown caught the shade and fired back at him.
Shortly after, Nigerian trouped to their platform and for more than two days, they roasted Mr Eazi and threatened to boycott his music.
However, Mr Eazi proves that no matter his fragile ego and bluntness, he still cares for his community, which is why he is donating to those who need it most at this time.
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