Nigerians React to Blackface's Diss Track 'War' Against 2baba

Blackface drops a 2Face diss track.

2face (2baba) has come under fire from his common enemy Blackface in his new track War. Blackface who was a member of the defunct Pantashun Boiz has alleged and taken 2baba to court for "stealing" his hit track, African Queen.

According to him, 2baba is not only a thief, he is also "gay" and a "cannibal."

Although he has repeatedly addressed the issue, some Nigerians on social media opine that the diss track is not only something that needs to die, they seem to be tired of his accusations.

Here is what some had to say about it:

Blackface is just classless. Dissing 2Baba after how many years?? Even the beat on that "diss song" is like 20years old. We've moved from kpa du kpa ajegunle pattern bruv. You'll never be quarter the man 2face is!

-- #Mufasa (@_OneNigeria) March 18, 2019

My opinion on BLACKFACE:

1. BLACKFACE is not talented. Since the group went solo, he has been depending on dissing TUFACE to stay relevant, without a hit song.

2. FAZE dropped a hit jam replying TUFACE & more hits songs after that. He will be remembered more than BLACKFACE.

-- Chibuzo 'KingAbsolute' Anthony (@KingAbsoIute) March 18, 2019

This Blackface's vendetta for 2face don pass Beef. This is an obsession 😂.. mehn!

-- Do2dtun Energy gAD (@iamDo2dtun) March 18, 2019

So Blackface wants to be forming black Eminem on his fellow face?

Maybe Dissing 2 face is the only way to restore his lost glory in music industry 😂

-- DADDY THE BOY (@DaddyTheBoy) March 18, 2019

~ I don't know what 2baba did when he was with blackface but I pray you never meet someone that won't forgive you & move on. It's been more than a decade & blackface still releasing a diss track in 2019? - Whatever it is, this blackface isn't slowing down anytime soon o

-- DIRECTOR D. (@DirectedByDiji) March 18, 2019

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