Mr Eazi has also spoken out against the Xenophobic attacks which are currently ongoing in South Africa and in turn, led to an outrage on the media and social media platforms.
Condemning the attacks via Instagram, the Nigerian singer said that we’ve been programmed to hate ourselves even though the real enemy is the failure to address the after-effects of apartheid and bad governance.
Mr Eazi also warned that leaders must stop using our differences to divide us and as an excuse for their incompetence.
We have been programmed to Hate Ourselves! Black on Black, Tribe on Tribe & this must stop!! Leaders must stop using our differences to divide us and as an excuse for their incompetences! We must address the Real ENEMY which is the failure to address the After Effects of Apartheid & bad governance which is massive Innequality Poverty, Hunger, corruption , oppression , Economic & Mental Slavery!!! #xenophobia #StopHate