At a 2004 event sponsored by the Nigerian Breweries, controversial singer Eedris Abdulkareem alleged that American rapper 50 Cent and his group “flogged and chased” some Nigerian artists—including P-Square—out of the backstage area.

He claimed that the incident occurred on the first day of the performance in Lagos’ Tafawa Balewa Square.

In the most recent episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast, Abdulkareem claims he refused to leave the backstage area when 50 Cent’s bouncers approached him.

The musician said that one of the organisers had to step in to stop him and the Americans from getting into a fight.

He said, “For the plane saga, it was the second day. A day before that time, we were at TBS at the backstage and when 50 Cent and his crew came backstage, they chased and flogged every Nigerian out of the backstage including P-Square.

“I just dey boil for where I dey. I was waiting for them to come and chase me. So, they finally came. When they came they asked me to leave that 50 Cent was coming. I said, ‘So what? Please, get the f*ck out of my face.’ They went to report me to one of the organisers and he told them to leave me alone. Na there the wahala for start, so they escaped that night.”

In addition, Abdulkareem claimed Charly Boy had betrayed him by taking a payment from Nigerian Breweries to obliterate the proof of 50 Cent’s team abusing him during the plane incident.

He said that following the incident, Charly Boy blacklisted him.

“DJ Tee recorded everything that happened between me and 50 Cent’s crew on the plane but Charly Boy took the tape and used it to negotiate with Nigerian Breweries. The bastard blacklisted me,” he said.

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