Falz reveals what he finds desirable about his father.
Falz discloses his favourite thing about his Dad.
The rapper made this know during his interview for the Netflix documentary.
In an interview with actress Nse Ikpe-Etim for the Netflix documentary “Made In Lagos: Africa,” Falz praised his father for advocating on behalf of the common people.
The rapper revealed that his mother, Funmi Falana, a lawyer and women’s rights activist, is a strict disciplinarian. He stated that his parents’ actions used to put pressure on him to be as reputable and respected as his parents.
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The ‘Ice Cream’ hitmaker, on the other hand, boasted that he has established a niche for himself in the entertainment industry and is doing extremely well at what he does.
Falz dropped a bombshell when he opened up that he used to attend a church in Lagos for women. He narrated a friend informed him about the fine ladies in the church, so he worshipped there to have beautiful ladies to mingle with.
Falz acknowledged that Fela Anikulapo Kuti played a significant role in his early life when speaking about the Afrobeat legend.
Watch the video below:
"My Dad is such a hero"
– Falz pic.twitter.com/aMTwucVddc
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