Nasboi Claims Superiority Over Nigerian Musicians; Eniola Ajao Opens Up About Motherhood Struggles

Nasboi, who relaunched his singing career with the track "Cinderella" featuring Wande Coal last year, minced no words as he declared, "I am better than a lot of musicians out there. I put my life into that sh*t. I'm way better than a lot of musicians. I know it"

In a recent episode of the Bahd and Boujee Podcast, hosted by reality star Tolanibaj and actress Moet Abebe, Nigerian skit maker and singer Lawal Michael Nasiru Bolaji, popularly known as Nasboi, made bold claims about his musical prowess. 

 

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The entertainer asserted that he stands head and shoulders above many of his contemporaries in the Nigerian music scene.

 

Nasboi, who relaunched his singing career with the track “Cinderella” featuring Wande Coal last year, minced no words as he declared, “I am better than a lot of musicians out there. I put my life into that sh*t. I’m way better than a lot of musicians. I know it.”

 

During the podcast, Nasboi also discussed his admiration for fellow artists Wizkid and Davido. While expressing his affection for Davido, whom he claims to be close to, Nasboi admitted to being a former fan of Wizkid, although he confessed to never having met the Starboy himself.

 

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His remarks have stirred reactions across social media platforms, with fans and critics alike weighing in on his claims of superiority.

 

In a separate development, Nollywood actress Eniola Ajao has opened up about her struggles as a single mother and the challenges she faced in balancing her career with motherhood. 

 

Ajao revealed her reasons for shielding her 21-year-old son, Ayomide Daniel, away from the public eye. Speaking to celebrity journalist Seun Oloketuyi, Ajao disclosed that she initially kept her son’s existence private due to concerns about societal stigma and the potential impact on her chances of finding a partner.

 

“It was something I decided a long time ago before I even considered pursuing a career in the entertainment industry,” Ajao explained. “When I had him, I worried that no man would want to marry me with a child, so I decided to keep it private. I kept many aspects of my life out of the public eye, including my son.”

 

However, the actress eventually decided to share her son’s existence with the public after feeling misrepresented as a “young girl” by her colleagues in the industry.

 

Ajao’s candid revelation sheds light on the often-overlooked struggles faced by single mothers in the entertainment industry and serves as a reminder of the societal pressures placed on women in similar circumstances.

 

As Nasboi’s bold claims continue to reverberate through the music industry and Eniola Ajao’s story highlights the challenges of single motherhood in the spotlight, both instances underscore the complexities of navigating fame and personal life in the Nigerian entertainment scene.

 

This article was created using automation and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

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