14 May 2017

Nigeria: Debbie Rise Apologises to Efe for Saying His Music Is Dead

What would have degenerated into another hot celebrity beef between two former Big brother Naija Housemates, the fourth runner-up, Debbie Rise and winner, Efe has been defused by one of the Housemates, Debbie who was credited with a shade Instagram post on Efe's music career.

In a video Instagram post Debbie Rise apologised to Efe and his fans, claiming the post was not from her.

"I take responsibility for that mistake. It wasn't me and I am sorry. Efe Nation guys I did not do that. Efe God bless you on your music. We take no offence on the comments from the Efe Nation. We are lovers and not fighters," she said. Earlier Debbie Rise was said to have made a post criticising Efe's ability to make good music. "This is an already dead career in rapping and even music, To which Efe replied, "The problem be say na music I go do, sorry if e dey pain you. If I drop song just close your ear. Because more songs go comot."

In spite of her apology, Efe fans have continued to slam her, saying if the comment wasn't from her, why take responsibility for it.

It should however be recalled that the two Housemates were not particularly crazy about each other right from when they were in the House.

In an interview n with Cool FM radio Efe confirmed that he has no connection with Debbie. "I'm sorry to her fans, but I didn't like her. I 'm attracted to character not beauty, so for me we didn't connect. We just didn't connect," he was quoted to have said.

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