2face has inferiority complex – Singer, Blackface

Nigerian dancehall artiste, Ahmedu Augustine Obiabo aka Blackface says Tubaba’s inferiority complex towards him is the reason their agelong rift has continued over the years.

The ‘Say You Believe Me’ singer, said he has forgiven his former bandmate for all he has done to him “knowingly and unknowingly”.

Blackface who featured as a guest on The Honest Bunch Podcast pleaded with Tubaba to also forgive him for whatever he has done to him.

The former member of defunct music group, Plantashun Boiz, further stated that there is no rift between him and Faze and the bad blood with Tubaba exists because of the African Queen singer.

“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,” Blackface said.

Meanwhile, in another news…

CorrectNG reported earlier that hat Blackface, claimed Afrobeats sensation, Ahmed Ololade aka Asake copied his song without permission. He also accused two of the industry heavyweights, Wizkid and Burna Boy of intellectual property theft.

He made the allegation during a recent interview with Naija FM where he said Asake sampled his song ‘Ikebe Supa’ on the hit single ‘Joha’.

Blackface said the song was one of the tracks off his 2022 debut album ‘Joha’. He noted that he feels hurt about the constant unauthorized use of his songs by Afrobeats stars. The dancehall star likened the art to his child, saying the unauthorized use of his music is similar to child molestation.

He said; “Ginger’ by Wizkid and Burna Boy is a sample of my track ‘Twist & Turn’; the rhythms, the beat, how the melody starts and ends. Na only the verses dem change. Asake’s ‘Joha’ is a sample of my song ‘Ikebe Supa.’ I dey inspire them”.

Blackface added that he is not against young artistes sampling his songs, but the fact that they do not approach him before using his songs is wrong.