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Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Reekado Banks - Lil Kesh is not my friend or enemy


Reekado Banks and Lili Kesh still haven't resolved their little Headies drama since 2015.


We all these guys have no love and Reekado Banks has clearly come out to say that Lil Kesh isn't his enemy and neither is he a friend.

The music star made this known while granting an interview with SoundCity 98.5 FM in Lagos. In the course of the chat, he was asked if he still felt pained about the little drama that played after the 2015 Headies Award between himself and Lil Kesh's camp.
According to Reekado, he was still pained but has moved on from it. "Like I said it was paining me, yea we are good now, we are not really like friends and enemies," he said. When asked if there would be any possibility of him collaborating with Lil Kesh, he said he is ready to make it happen.

He was also asked about him going celibate and how far he had gone with it. Well, Reekado wasn't in the mood to answer that particular question as he told the presenter to move to the next question.



It would be recalled that Reekado Banks had on his Twitter handle a few weeks ago revealed that he was going on to be celibate, meaning he was zipping up! Reekado however, gave himself a pat on the back.

Back in January 2018, Reekado Banks was caught up in drama as his manager and brother, Temi  performance fee for Reekado Banks to perform at a wedding in Benin City but failed to show up with the artist.
According to blogger, Linda Ikeji, Temi was dragged to Ogba Police Area Command in Lagos, by an aggrieved client.
It was also reported that Uwa Idahosa (an OAP and comedian) who gave Reekado Banks contract to perform at the wedding on behalf of the couple demanded a refund but the singer through his manager, Temi said they could only refund N800,000 saying they incurred logistics costs as well.


source: pulse.ng

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