Daddy Showkey Condemns Nigerian Musicians For Shunning Kefee’s Burial

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Popular singer, John Asiemo, aka Daddy Showkey, has condemned Nigerian musicians for being absent at the late Kefee’s burial ceremony which held in Delta state.

Speaking with the Leadership newspaper, he said “I was disappointed that artistes did not come to show love to their own. It is not a good thing. The lady died and it is sad for her family. Musicians ought to have showed up and rallied round her people, to show that they care. It was only the gospel musicians that showed up, meaning there is no love in this industry. Nobody cares about you if you drop dead tomorrow.”

“I told you I was away for 3 years because of my spinal cord injury. Nobody came to visit me during that time. No one from my generation of singers came to identify with me and that is bad for a man who has given much to the industry. This makes me think that we don’t care about ourselves in this industry. As the Yoruba people say, Oju aaye ni a nse o meaning, na eye service we dey do to oursefu!…This life wetin my eyes don see, no be small thing oh!”

Insisting that he has no friends in the industry, he said, “I don’t have a friend oh. This life wetin my eyes don see, no be small thing oh! That experience is enough to make you cut-off, because when they see me with money they associate with Showkey; but when Showkey had a challenge, an accident- no one could call or say we feel your pain. So me, I no get friend. My friends are those in Ajegunle that we can say the truth to ourselves. It is only Pasuma that I can call my friend- he comes to my house anytime and we chat about things.” he quipped.


humphreyedet (m) at 26-07-2014 11:19AM
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Such is life...
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Freshlycrazy (m) at 26-07-2014 11:37AM
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what Humphrey said...
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beneno (m) at 26-07-2014 12:08PM
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 Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes
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queenbabe (f) at 26-07-2014 12:35PM
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Jawa
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chylind5 (f) at 26-07-2014 12:49PM
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I said the same thing too when I watched Kefees burial pictures. They didn't show up. If Na Birthday
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ken10000 (m) at 26-07-2014 12:54PM
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Nigéria jaga jaga, even if Nigéria person see Say dem de wan kill u e go waker pass u ...e de happen for eu...
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ohaebosim (m) at 26-07-2014 01:12PM
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udo  make i   dey look
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osarobo62 (m) at 26-07-2014 01:53PM
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dem dey fear delta kidnappers ......abi you get money to take rescue dem Cheesy
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schmit (f) at 26-07-2014 02:28PM
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DAT was bad, R.I.P keffee
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talktruth (m) at 26-07-2014 03:03PM
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When government doesn't care, do you expected individuals cares? Call for a party and you will see all of them.

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talktruth (m) at 26-07-2014 03:04PM
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Quote from: talktruth on 26-07-2014 03:03PM
When government doesn't care, do you expected individuals to care? Call for a party and you will see all of them.

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Dorokenny (m) at 26-07-2014 04:07PM
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i shift back small
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marybenson (m) at 26-07-2014 04:50PM
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Which kind english dat guy tink say he speak for dere?
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cocoeni (f) at 26-07-2014 06:22PM
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too bad for them
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sarah555 (f) at 26-07-2014 06:33PM
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Hmmmm Rest in Peace Kefee. Nobody wey no go see. we pray to see better things and more good years ahead.
AMEN
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mary11 (m) at 26-07-2014 07:16PM
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dis guy resemble 2face wella

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bishop5 (m) at 27-07-2014 12:22AM
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too bad
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yettyness (f) at 27-07-2014 12:49AM
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sad
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virgineve (m) at 27-07-2014 09:11AM
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My brother that situation is almost everywhere. My prayer is that may God never abandon us at our dark hours
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