WHY I WILL NOT FEATURE MY DANCING SENATOR DAD IN MY VIDEO – B RED

It’s not necessary featuring my ‘dancing senator’ dad in my video – B Red

Singer, Adebayo Adeleke, aka B-Red, has said he doesn’t foresee the possibility of featuring his father in his music video anytime soon. He said to Sunday Scoop, “I once thought of featuring my dad in my music video but my dad holds an important position in this country.He is a man of integrity and he takes his job very seriously. However, my music is targeted at a different audience; therefore it isn’t necessary putting him in my music video.”

Meanwhile, B Red also courted controversy during the week when he uploaded a video of himself giving out N500 to some kids. Many of his followers felt that for someone of his calibre, the money he gave to the kids was too small and that he only uploaded the video to show off. Responding to the insinuations, Adeleke said, “People know that I am a cheerful giver. I give out money all the time –at the airport, clubs and other places. I have done a lot for the street over the years. Anyway, people differ and that’s why we have individual differences. Quite a number of people appreciated the token I gave to those kids. You can’t please everybody. The most important thing is that I was able to put smiles on the faces of those kids.”

Denying reports of a rift between him and his superstar cousin, Davido, B Red said, “There is no rift between me and David. We are very close and we talk almost all the time. I come from a family where everyone is united. People that know the Adelekes are quite aware of the love that exists between us. The only difference between us businesswise is that I am in HKN and he’s in DMW.”

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