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Tony Tetuila Accuses Eedris Abdulkareem, Eddy Remedy Of Betrayal



Tony Tetuila Accuses Eedris Abdulkareem, Eddy Remedy Of Betrayal

Veteran Nigerian singer Tony Tetuila, a former member of the musical group The Remedies, has come forward to share his side of the story on what led to the group’s breakup, News About Nigeria reports.

Tetuila, who was part of the popular trio alongside Eedris Abdulkareem and Eddy Remedy, refutes recent claims made by Abdulkareem in a podcast interview.

Eedris Abdulkareem had claimed in the interview that The Remedies disbanded because Eddy Remedy became greedy and suggested unequal revenue sharing, prompting Abdulkareem to visit Tetuila and encourage him to pursue a solo career.

In response to these statements, Tony Tetuila took to his social media page to set the record straight.

He alleges that Eedris Abdulkareem and Eddy Remedy conspired against him, leading to his expulsion from the group, despite his mother being the original sponsor of The Remedies.

Tetuila expresses his disappointment, stating that he was “heartbroken and shattered” after being kicked out of the band.

He lauded Daddy Showkey and Blackface for providing support and encouragement during this challenging period, which enabled him to establish a successful solo career.

“Eedris connived with Eddy and kicked me out of The Remedies despite the fact that it was my mum who brought the money that was used to sponsor the group in the beginning. I was so heartbroken and shattered. It was Daddy Showkey who encouraged me and told me that I could do it alone.

“Blackface was another person who helped me. He brought me close and taught me how I could write my own songs. Blackface is a very great guy. I’d never forget the role he played in my career,” he said.

According to Tetuila, Eedris Abdulkareem’s recent claims about making sacrifices for the Nigerian music industry are contradicted by the role he played in The Remedies’ breakup.

Eddy Remedy, another former member of The Remedies, has countered Abdulkareem’s claims.

He maintains that the money collected from Tony Tetuila’s mother was not used to sponsor the group, and he was not aware of any such agreement until the rumour surfaced.

Eddy Remedy claimed that he funded the group with $5,000 received from his parents after completing his tertiary education.