Music star says he's not cut out for politics

Recall that 2face pulled out of a protest he organised against the government early this year.

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The music star disclosed this in a chat with Moet Abebe on "The Takeover Show" at SoundCity 98.5fm.

When asked if he ever considered going to politics, the 'Officially blind' singer said, "It's not for me I'm not cut out for that world."

Recall that the singer is a peace ambassador and pulled out of a protest he organised against the government early this year.

On the cancelled protest, 2face doesn't feel guilty it didn't happen. According to him, he's happy he didn't try to see if anything would happen.

When asked if there would ever be peace between him and former Plantashun Boiz member, Blackface, 2face had this to say.

"Wetin be that? I don't want to talk about Blackface here mehn. For real."

This comes after Blackface described his former close music associate as untrustworthy, a reason why he named him 2face.

He also alleged that the planned protest which the singer abandoned earlier in 2017 was for personal gains, while also claiming that he saved him from incarceration.

The fuss between the pair have gone on for quite a while.

Faze, the third member of Plantashun Boiz disclosed that he had made several attempts to settle the misunderstanding between them but this came to no avail.

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