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The Editor Nigeria had earlier reported that Efe had been blacklisted because he insisted that he would not come out of his car until the head of Multichoice came to greet him. Media personality, Noble Igwe, made this known via a tweet which was responding to a Twitter user known as Iyoba Iyomahan who was asking for forgiveness on behalf of the singer.
She stated, “Whatever Efe did to Multichoice, Please they should forgive. When you punish a child, you use the other hand to drag him closer. I heard he has apologized and tried to make amends. They can't continue to shut him out, please.”
Responding to her statement, Igwe said, “He sat in the car and asked that the Oga comes first before he comes out.”
However, in a recent development, Efe revealed that he has a cordial relationship with the organizers of the show, and also stated his displeasure at the scenario painted by Igwe.
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He went ahead to state that he is thankful for the opportunity the platform gave to him to showcase his talent, while emphasizing that it is a well-cherished investment.
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The singer assured his fans and supporters who expected him to perform on the show to be patient, noting that he and Multichoice would be working together in the future.
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