- Narrates journey in the music industry
Nigerian hip-hop artiste, Falz The bahd Guy recently at an event in Lagos recounted his experiences on his way to the top of the music industry.
Falz, during the Becoming Falz The Bahd Guy: TraceLive Event told the audience how he escaped death on one of his trips.
His words: “In November 2013, after I had just gotten my first N1million cheque for a performance.
“We had travelled to Abuja for a wedding where we performed and that was the first time I was being paid an amount that huge, then we had to go to Benin for Industry Nite.
“There was no plane on ground, so I and my guys had to do a road trip all the way to Benin City.
“On our way, we were asleep at the back when we woke to a loud sound apparently it was the sound of a bullet,” the artiste narrated.
Continuing, the lawyer turned musician said, “There were three guys ahead of us and they kept shooting at the car.
“One of the bullets hit our driver right in the face and he died, but his legs were on the accelerator so the car kept moving but it veered off the main road and crashed straight into a ditch.
“It took us some minutes to regain consciousness, as someone was knocking on our door. I managed to crawl out of the car thinking the person came to help.
“The next thing we heard was, ‘Where is the money?’
“We kept hearing gunshots everywhere, but we were later rescued and taken to the hospital.”
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