Singer Idahams has expressed his belief that fellow musician Brymo may not have any sense of nationalism or respect for his fellow citizens based on his recent series of socio-political statements, including a tweet about the Igbo tribe. Idahams stated that he doesn’t expect a well-respected artist to publicly speak about a specific tribe in such a way, and that making a statement like that shows a lack of nationalism or respect for fellow citizens.
He also expressed that he doesn’t want to believe that Brymo is cursing the Igbo tribe in a country where everyone matters, and that at the end of the day, all Nigerians should be respected regardless of language spoken.
Furthermore, Idahams added that as an artist, one has a responsibility to be a voice for the people, and that using their platform to spread hate and division is not only harmful but also irresponsible. He also stressed on the importance of unity, especially in a country like Nigeria where diversity is one of our strengths and should be celebrated.
Idahams, who is signed to Grafton Records, has made a name for himself in the Nigerian music scene with hit records such as “No One Else,” “Man on Fire,” “Billion Dollars,” “Problem,” and most recently, “Bad Girl” featuring Ajebo Hustlers. He is known for his socially conscious lyrics and messages of unity and positivity.