Blackface returns and his set to bury the hatchet with 2face.
In order to forgive 2face, Ahmedu Obiabo also known as Blackface is prepared to do so.
He wants Tuface to forgive himself for what he did to him.
Ahmedu Obiabo, better known by his stage name Blackface, is a Nigerian singer and a former member of the Plantashun Boiz group. He believes that it is time to put a stop to his long-running dispute with 2face Idibia.
In his recent appearance as a guest on The Honest Bunch podcast, he discussed his friendship with his former bandmates. Innocent Idibia, also known as 2face, and Chibuzor Oji, aka Faze. According to Blackface, he and Faze have maintained cordial relations since the band’s 2004 breakup, but 2face hasn’t been. As friendly.
The performer declared that he was prepared to make amends with 2face and that he had done so. He also advised his former bandmate to do the same action.
“It’s time to put the past behind us. You should make up your mind to forgive me because I have done nothing wrong and I know you understand what I’m talking about. I forgive 2face for everything he has done to me, both knowingly and unknowingly. It’s time for us to advance, Blackface declared.
The Blackface and 2face have been at odds ever since the group disbanded and 2face went solo because Blackface insisted that he was the author of the smash ballad “African Queen” from 2face Idibia’s debut solo album, “Face2Face.”
Since then, Blackface has repeatedly blasted 2face over a range of problems, including copyright violations. The situation deteriorated when Blackface referred to 2face as gay in his diss song War, which was released in 2019. 2face then sued Blackface for $50 million for slandering his reputation. Additionally, in 2014, 2face dropped a new song called Let Somebody Love You that purportedly had lyrics written by Blackface, making their problems even worse.
The manager of 2face, Efe Omorogbe, had to be removed off the song, according to Blackface, as one of his criteria for their differences to be resolved. He is prepared to put the past behind him now that it has been years.