9ice drops the visual for his single we released some months ago LIFE DRAMA ,the video was able to explain in details more about the message he was trying to pass through on the single. 

Watch and share your thoughts.



by Tswahg of 9jaceleb

READ: Open Letter To 9ice

With much love bro, i write to express my deep disappointment in your personality, which is supposed to compliment your career. Good looking but your attitude is a poison to your career & same is loosing life.
For a die hard fan like me, your proverbial lyrics are addictive, When Gongo Aso era came God lifted you but remember the higher a man is the more deadlier his fall would be. You make cash monthly, can afford this & that but brotherly, it seems like annointing has dried off you. You are only a celeb for your past work (Gongo Aso & Tradition).

Remember when you had issues with Toni, I never got a believable version of that story from the media, along the line Ruggedy’s name was in the picture .. he whipped you lyrically, he asked you to go ask for forgiveness from your wife.. i now suspect you had a bad issue with human relations but was blinded then coz I love you brotherly, no homo.

Recently, you also made it public that no unauthorised web/blogsite should publish your song, yea its cool to be different & unique; wonderful decision by your management; its the standard way.. I just think you have lost attention egbon, due to inability to show humility & you wanna make some noise through the media, come to think of it how many people still raise the roof for your songs again gan sef?, now out of arrogance & decision that has no SENSE you asked bloggers not to publicize your songs in this download era. how many people buy CDs on the streets? – you have kuku silence yourself.. Lobatan!

Your twins (the two girls), how are they fairing? thought you denied em sometime ago; now you revealed to the public that you are their father.. & that the reason why you denied them is bcos it took you donkey years before you also knew your father, its a personal something… Can you smell the Dumb talk + Lack of integrity, News has it that you baby mama’s sister thrashed you for such irresposible & downgraded brain act; perhaps she also doesnt give F’ or care if you are celebrity or not, she’s a NO nonsense fella! so she has to trash you.

if your crew aint facing you with the truth, coz you are their celebrity friend, “aguntan mi o je labe geesi” , I can step on your toes, get you mad & still dine with you. Incase you got friends that see it as it is, and tell you the truth as it is; pls respect them for the love shown …. You screwed up!

Bros I know you react in anger when confronted, but one word “ti sango ba n pa araba to nfa igi iroko ya” … finish all that up in your mind, cos “akun si inu, lekun nkun”. above all love you bro.

9ice would Love to become a Lawyer, Hints on his Return to School

Before lack of funds altered his ambition, 9ice was studying Law at the Lagos State University. Well, In an interview with the Nigerian Tribune, Abolore Akande revealed that he has returned to school to chase his initial goal of becoming a barrister.

Here are some of the questions asked at the Interview:

Would you trade your being famous for something else if you look at some of the bad side of fame that you have experienced over time?
Yes, I will love to trade fame with some silent life that does not arrogate too much attention to one, but it has got nothing to do with any bad experience. No matter what you do or who you are, there’s always a difficult time and life challenges that you can’t run away from. But I will really love to trade because I wish to be a lawyer.That has always been my dream.

Do you think life would have been different for you should you have been a lawyer?
Honestly, life as a normal person is fine and more wonderful, free, fair and peaceful. But as a public figure, you enjoy more and you pay more in terms of the price you pay for being famous. If I come to this world again, I would prefer normal life.

You were said to have pulled out of your Law programme at the Lagos State University to face music. That decision paid off, but you seem not to be happy about it now?
I didn’t pull out because of music; I left school because I was unable to pay my school fees. While I was on the street, I gave hundred percent of my life to music and it paid off eventually.

When I was in school, I was just doing music for fun until I left school. At that point, I decided that I was going to face music passionately and from that point, things changed.

Why did you choose Law that time?
I chose law because of my background to fight for the less privilege, protect the interest of the masses and uphold the right of the individuals.

Your decision to leave school wouldn’t have gone down well with your parents, how did they react to it and what was constantly coming to your mind back then?
It was not an easy decision to make. There were days that I had to live in the studio. Talking about my parents’ reaction, I had to lie for a while, pretended as if all was well. Before my parents knew I wasn’t in school, it was too late to complain because I was already on TVs, making money and rocking shows all around.

Would you consider going back to school someday?
I’m in school already, studying public safety and Common Law at Capella university. It is an online programme. I can’t think of any other course except law.

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