Rapper says he still has ambition to be a practicing lawyer

Falz reveals he wants to be a practicing lawyer.


‘Karashika’ rapper Falz, who read Law at the University of Reading and became a barrister in 2012, has disclosed that he plans on still practicing Law despite having a very promising rap career.

Hip TV caught up with the Falz at an event recent where he revealed that he still wants to practice Law.

“I’m a lawyer. I am a qualified barrister. That side of me is always going to be there. In terms of practice it is something that I am trying to develop” he said.

“I have to keep that side of me alive. I just can’t neglect. I am still trying to develop the practice right now, so that I can be in active practice in a later time” he further said.

Falz's father is popular Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist Femi Falana.

Yesterday (November 3), Falz unveiled the cover of his second album ‘’. The album would be officially released on November 16, 2015.

On November 2, he released a brand new video 'Celebrity Girlfriend' featuring Mavin Records act Reekado Banks.

Watch his interview on Pulse TV below.


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