Axiomatically, for every musician there are “unmusic” events about them that will inevitably find their way into the ears of their fans and critics alike.
The recent “unmusic” event in the entertainment industry is the reported arrest of the lengendary Nigerian Singer, Eedris Abdulkareem for allegedly assaulting his landlord over unpaid electricity bills.
Reports has it that, Eedris Abdulkareem owing 535, 000 for accumulated electricity bill on January 3, 2020, attacked his landlord, Oladipo Abimbola, at Valley View Estate, Ikeja, Lagos.
It was held that the rapper Eedris attacked the Landlord at his compound after he was accosted for refusing to pay the electricity bills he owed, following the disconnection of his house by officials of Ikeja Electricity Distribution ( IKED).
Speaking on the issue, the Landlord, Mr. Oladipo said the house of which the electricity was disconnected, was rented by the rapper’s wife and not the rapper himself, adding that Eedris Abdulkareem would stop at nothing to carry out his threats as he is a dangerous person.
In a successive response, the Nigerian Singer accused the landlord of extending “gbenshing” hands to his wife in his absence and that warning upon warning didn’t deter the landlord from harassing his beloved wife sexually.
To support his claims, the “jagajaga” crooner noted that his landlord had once been arrested for same sexually harassment meted out on one of his female tenant.
As at the time of this report, the rapper has been released and the matter is still ongoing at the police station.
Tales with different tails.
535,000 Electricity bill, sexual harassment, beating.
All still allegation.
But are all these unfounded?
Is all these “unmusic” events worth getting Eedris glorious years in the industry inglorious?
What do you think of this case?
Comment section awaits your opinion.