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Lynxxx: “I Fall in Love Easily” | Rap Star on Love, His Ex Girlfriends & Why He Won’t Tie the Knot in Nigeria



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Every time a post on Lynxxx is published here on BellaNaija, a lot of our lovely ladies can’t help but swoon. So it is safe to say the Nigerian rap star is one of the most eligible bachelors in Nigeria.

Lynxxx had a one-on-one chat with media personality Liz Yemoja on Genevieve Magazine‘s radio show iGroove in November. The interview was just released.

The two got talking on love, the famous girls he has been linked to including Toju Foyeh, Joselyn Dumas and Toolz, his family and why tying the knot in Nigeria isn’t in the books for him.

Check it out!


  1. Poison Ivy

    December 26, 2013 at 3:44 pm

    He’s a HEARTBREAKER{dancing}For your body oooo!!

    • Purpleicious Babe

      January 4, 2014 at 8:17 pm

      am over him….lol. moved on

  2. nene

    December 26, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    whatever. he is highly overrated in looks and talent.

    • tish

      December 27, 2013 at 1:32 pm

      az in!!

    • Angry immigrant

      December 28, 2013 at 1:07 am

      Over rated in talent ke? He has zero talent in music. He can’t sing to save his life. He’s a good example of “excellent packaging /branding”

    • MsK

      December 28, 2013 at 8:22 pm

      But he’s a rapper though not a singer…. Not the best
      rapper though but had to clear that up…

    • Fashionista

      December 30, 2013 at 9:10 am

      Couldnt have said it better!

    • Aduke

      December 28, 2013 at 6:09 am

      I soooo agree my dear!

  3. Sexxie

    December 26, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    Oh my Lynxxx of life! I know right…Bora Bora baby! 😀

  4. Gloria

    December 26, 2013 at 4:21 pm

    He is Awesome. We call his like …. Butter

  5. feisty chic

    December 26, 2013 at 4:21 pm

    He has such a big ego.

  6. Felinda1

    December 26, 2013 at 4:26 pm

    I have never listened to his music, bu after listening to this interview and learning a lil bit about him and most of all learning HE DOES NOT HAVE AN OUNCE OF TATTOO ON HIS BODY, I like and respect him already. I hate tattoes nor have lil respect for those who have it. Would you scratch your Monet or your Bentley. No! but you will scratch TRASH.

    Tattoes are GHETTO!!!!!! and speaks volumes about the person sense of worth.

    Lynxx for an male musician/singer with no tattoes at all you are one in a million. Keep it up.

    • She formerly known as Knut

      December 26, 2013 at 5:08 pm

      ‘ounce of tattoo’? Issokay

    • Samantha

      December 26, 2013 at 6:31 pm

      Biko lynxx has tattoo o! Shey I’m the only person that has seen the pictures of tattoo on his back?
      He is such a fine boy though KAI. Any guesses how old he is? Anything less than 28 is good for me! It’s lynxxx where are you? I’m here o, Your obodo oyinbo Naija babe is waiting for you loool

    • Ada Nnewi

      January 6, 2014 at 10:41 am


    • Mademoiselle

      December 26, 2013 at 7:31 pm

      Your english shaaaa… Wow!

    • me

      December 27, 2013 at 8:17 am

      Babe, I don’t like tattoos either but talking about self worth and scratching Bentley

      I assume your ears are pierced and you wear earrings? Would you poke a hole through your Bentley? Isn’t that even worse than a tattoo? So, what does that say about your self worth? Or sorry, how much your parents valued you?

      By the way, he does have tattoos. On.his back and I think upper arm as well. Not too sure.

      Don’t judge people by their appearance.

    • whocares

      December 28, 2013 at 11:25 am

      It is good grammar actually.. ounce is used to measured yes, but its also used as an idiom in this case. have you never heard someone say “you lack common sense, not even an ounce of it is present in your life” , or “not an ounce of dignity” or something to that effect? No? read more…

    • Charmaine Thomas

      August 3, 2019 at 6:34 pm

      Tattoos does not define a person’s character. You can be professional and wear tattoos. If we judged people by having tattoos we would be a world of trouble. That was an ignorant comment you made.

  7. mrs chidukane

    December 26, 2013 at 4:36 pm

    I was super offended when Liz Yemoja said Ibos sell their
    daughters. That’s a silly generalization and I was shocked Lynxx
    didn’t reply her to set her straight. Guess eh doesn’t know he’s

    • leggy

      December 26, 2013 at 4:51 pm

      i was too. that’s so f***** ignorant.

    • Exquisite

      December 27, 2013 at 12:23 am

      “Maybe she didn’t know he was Igbo”.
      Were you deaf when she asked him if he could speak Igbo and he replied by saying “I’m not Igbo, I’m Delta Igbo” ? He also agreed that what she said is true and gave examples.
      My point is, he’s not Igbo, I’m not agreeing with whether what she said was right or not, I’m just saying he’s not Igbo. I have friends who have Igbo names and as a result I call them Igbo, and they argue they’re Delta Igbo. I don’t know the difference.

    • no longer a lynxxx fan- smh @confused igbo youth-eziokwu!!!

      December 27, 2013 at 6:04 am

      those ‘delta igbo’ identity came after biafra, ibos in the
      midwest no longer wanting to be attached to their ethnic identity,
      perchance they might lose favor in the eye of the nigerian
      government, its the spoils of war, but very sad, but tufiakwa at
      lynxxx instead of simply saying i dont know how to speak igbo he
      hides under being delta igbo, i beg..mtchhh

    • mrs chidukane

      December 27, 2013 at 8:39 am

      Madam Exquisite no need to insult me.Delta ibo is ibo from Delta state.They speak Ibo too.i have them as friends. When I was getting married my parents wrote a list.I’m from Abiriba in Abia State. It was a long list,but everything in that list was for me to prove to my parents that my husband is capable of taking care of me.It is ibo culture to write list.Though some people are greedy about it but everything in the list is up for negotiation and you just do what you can and the ceremony goes ahead.It is not selling, it is omenala.

    • Exquisite

      January 25, 2014 at 9:36 pm

      I just saw this. It’s a new year, didn’t mean to sound
      insulting. You interpreted my comment wrongly. Nonetheless, I
      shouldn’t have added the “deaf” to my question. I apologize!

    • Miss Bee

      March 26, 2014 at 10:01 am

      Thank you… That’s just plain disrespectful. It’s called the bride price. Or is she tryna say Yorubas or Hausas or even Efiks, Tivs and Itsekiris don’t pay bride price. She needs to find some other work cos this is obviously not for her. Very daft.

  8. prim

    December 26, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Many of our people, Ibos, do offer their daughters in marriage in ways that Could suggest they are on sale. Lets just face it. if its bad then in facing it we can strive to be better cos it never used to be like this. In the past parents sought out and approved the most dignified husband. Now it the wealthiest.


      December 26, 2013 at 5:43 pm

      You are really clueless. Maybe they do that in your village but not mine.
      By the way, for the sake of this conversation, it is IGBO.

    • Lara

      December 27, 2013 at 3:00 am


    • Amaka

      December 28, 2013 at 4:39 pm

      Thank you darling, God bless you.


      December 26, 2013 at 8:19 pm

      it’s not an ibo thing. Other ethnicities are just as guilty of this!

  9. Samantha

    December 26, 2013 at 6:34 pm

    Can I also add Liz yemoja…she comes across as stuck up. “Nigerian air is dirty” just imagine. Is it not that same air you are living and breathing in, the country paying your paycheck mtschewww it’s not by force to form abeg abeg

    • Jesseswife

      December 28, 2013 at 2:25 pm

      Some of you just argue like headless chickens. What is the
      correlation between her getting a paycheck in Naija and the fact
      that the air in Nigeria is dirty?Is it not true? Is it fumes from
      the worn out exhuast pipes, or dirt from untarred road, abi na
      smoke from generators!!The air is downright dirty and it’s like one
      is constantly eating and breathing dust!Maybe it’s a Lagos thing
      sa, cos even when you go to Ijebu-ode, the air is much much much
      better than Lagos air. That been said, some of the questions she
      asked Lynxx were unprofessional and irrelevant. Why on earth would
      she ask Lynxx for his opinion on Lola and Peter’s wedding?Why also
      would she think it was okay to state that Igbo people sell their
      daughters!I am not Igbo but that was a tactless statement!

  10. Nike

    December 26, 2013 at 6:49 pm

    I know who he’s dating right now and they look very cute together. Caramel and chocolate. I personally don’t see what girls see sha but dat was a nice interview.

  11. Moving On Swiftly

    December 26, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    Felinda, He does have tattoos. Please get your facts right. Also as side amebo confirmed gist….He is Toju Foyeh’s man. I have done my Linda Ikeji for the day. lol

  12. Candy lips

    December 26, 2013 at 7:22 pm

    I thought himself and toju foyeh were dating what happened?

  13. Bar 2

    December 26, 2013 at 7:42 pm

    If anyone says igbos sell their daughters it wouldn’t be far from the truth. Marrying a girl from IMO state and some parts of abia state is ridiculous . You ‘d think you are buying a house from Ikoyi. Trust me am an Igbo girl. As for lynxx not a fan

  14. Jen

    December 26, 2013 at 8:23 pm

    Pretty sure Liz’ comment was tongue in cheek, so don’t get your knickers in a twist! It’s cause their dowry is high that why people say they sell their daughters. But everyone knows that of course a daughter is priceless!

  15. pweti

    December 26, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Ma swt lynxx

  16. Onye

    December 26, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    Who’s this dude? And why does he think he’s so relevant?

    • Amaka

      December 28, 2013 at 4:41 pm

      HAhahahahahahahahahhaahah! I bow for you o, sister! loooool

  17. no longer a lynxxx fan- smh @confused igbo youth-eziokwu!!!

    December 27, 2013 at 5:55 am

    this is the problem with igbo children their parents never schooled right, biafran war caused this confusion, with most igbos leaving in delta claiming none igbo identity, but since you claim not to be ‘igbo’ please ask your father and whole family to give us the igbo ppl our names and culture and traditions and go find your people. For someone who sings that a song claiming igbo identity, then now denying it, you better know u have lost a fan in me. i dont like fools, infact confused ppl, and whhether you are ngwa,arochukwu,ikwerre,okrika,etc, my dears you are igbo, period, swallow the pain and joy that comes with the identity of being an igbo man. it is young men like this that truly makes me believe that nigeria, unlike other countries will never have great role models, with great knowledge of themselves and their land. please go ask your father for your identity, cause you seem to be confused, and here i thought you were one of those well rounded young nigerians of igbo identity, that though they werent born and raise in their traditional lands upheld the culture/trads, and of course spoke the language well enough to use adage in it, just remember a man that falls for anything, will fall for everything, and eziokwu, you no longer appeal to me. and so that you know you look more like ojukwu(finer ojukwu though), than your actual dad.-eziokwu. p.s, you could have told liz you cannot speak igbo well-its shameful, but that is the fact, instead of claiming delta igbo(delta is a location, you dont hear ppl saying imo igbo, or enugu igbo, who does that, smh, btw igbo spoken by delta based igbos is similar to imo state ppl)

    • nene

      December 27, 2013 at 2:36 pm

      i never understand when igbo people from delta state say “i’m delta igbo”. it’s like saying “i’m edo yoruba”, “kwara hausa”. it’s soo silly. only igbo people can do something like that, feeling cool without knowing anything. only my igbo people oh. they cannot teach their children history or be proud of their language or heritage, it’s only for show and mouth, but support another igbo person,mbanu. teach ur childrent heir language, mbanu.ndi igbo nwere nsogbu.

    • Amaka

      December 28, 2013 at 4:44 pm

      Thank you oo, my sister, if indeed Lynxxx said that, then he should be rest assured that he has lost a fan in me, he should go and sort out his conflict with his ethnicity, its either you are Igbo or you are not, period!

    • Hot sumtyn

      December 29, 2013 at 1:12 am

      Please shut up and stop been dumb. All these ethnic groups you mentioned must have descended from the Igbo ethnic group and might have similar traits but that doesn’t make them Igbo anymore, descendants yes, but no longer Igbo and why are you so bothered about it. Swallowing panadol for wetin no concern you.

    • Brightonlad

      December 30, 2013 at 2:58 am

      Sorry Okrika is not in anyway connected to the Igbo tribe… I am from Okrika and I consider myself an Ijaw man

    • ANNE

      January 31, 2014 at 10:55 am

      eziokwu bu ndu ! u ‘ve said it all.

  18. disappointed lynxxx stan, his blond moment

    December 27, 2013 at 6:19 am

    everyone saying lynxx is not igbo, sorry, but the boy( i say this because only a boy will give the airheaded answer he gave, not a man, especially not an igboman) is, he just doesnt know his own history -choi abomination tings!!!.I believe he was confused with something, maybe he doesnt know his clan, which am sure is most likely anioma,cuz they are the majority igbo clan in delta state. you know sometimes, beautiful people say the dumbest things. i still love my lynxxx, but bobo, make know your family lineage well. muah!!!

    • Karen

      December 27, 2013 at 3:11 pm

      He is not igbo though, he is from the south. I am delta igbo and although our language might sound the same, it actually isn’t. He is actually correct.
      People in Benin republic that speak yoruba, are they classified as yorubas too? It has a lot to do with migration yeah but he is right.

    • geane

      December 27, 2013 at 4:03 pm

      karen you my dear is part of that lost generation. “his from the south, his not igbo though,” you sadden me. igbo spoken by ngwa ppl is wayyyy different from arochukwu, or okrika, or abriba and etc. It is called dialect, kai, i knew it wasnt only lynxxx that didnt know himself, please go and sit down. karen i also ask you to go to your living grandparents and elders, other than your parents, because it seems like they have misled you. Only igbo people will deny themselves like this.

  19. why?

    December 27, 2013 at 6:34 am

    dear my broz chukie, did you know the great ppl you just
    flat out denied, if you are my delta north brother i welcome you to
    go and ask you father and grandfather or elders in your family who
    you are, because, from you answer i was disheartened. I am even
    sure you have never heard of the Ekemeku War ( which am currently
    writing a movie script on) was the longest resistance against
    British imperialism in Nigeria,lasting for 31 years, you come from
    great warriors, and it hurts as an admirer of music, and how you
    just to make a name for yourself instead of using your father’s,
    that you a kindred spits on our identity like that.please when you
    get time ask the elders in your family about
    aniocha,ika,oshimili,ndokwa and etc people of the place known today
    as delta. You can have all the education in life and on paper, but
    when you have no true self knowledge, you my brother then is a

    • Rick

      December 27, 2013 at 10:38 am

      People with horrible grammar like yours writing “movie scripts” are the problem with Nigeria.

    • why?

      December 27, 2013 at 11:14 am

      fortunately grammar teacher, am in the right business, fortunately i don finish schl, and no professor to assess my current works, for info ur i graduate from nyu film school last year, and believe me my guy, they just hand out those film degrees like in naija. my bb typing has nothing to do with the current issue being discussed; so my friend park well okay. my my work doesnt require perfect grammar. pz

  20. mrs chidukane

    December 27, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Sorry for over commenting but @ Why you nailed it.Dude doesn’t know anything about his history or where he comes from. Parents think it’s okay not to teach their kids about their ancestry, i’ve met people who don’t know where their village is and they’re so proud. It’s truly appalling. They have never been and this is what I like about my hometown, hardly will you see someone from here that can’t speak the local dialect, it’s extremely rare. Even kids that have never been to Naija cos their parents don’t neglect to speak it and teach them. Please its not cool to not know anything about your roots.its not cool at all

  21. Oh dear

    December 27, 2013 at 9:47 am

    Its funny how most comments are directed to Lynxx and not many are bothered about how unprofessional the interviewer is. I mean what insolence? How do you refer to the air in your country as dirty? That is just so stupid.
    She has such a mediocre approach, no matter what information you are trying to get, you have no excuse to ask leading questions. Her questions are not only ridiculous, but they have no consequence. What does his opinion about Peter and Lola have to do with anything? Her question about Kim and Kanye is as a consequence of what? This is so out of place…….Its highly unprofessional of her, to bring kitchen table talk to a public platform. I don’t see how the length of Peter and Lola’s relationship comes into play. As an interviewer, you have no excuse for your inability to choose your words and realise what is appropriate for public consumption. She needs to go back to the drawing board, get some more training or better still, learn from Toolz, who is good at what she does and has a fantastic approach to touchy questions.
    If I was a celebrity and got interviewed this way, i’d be worried about my image. I would question my success and credibility. Chances are, the interview would end in a war of words, a scene most likely……. this is just woeful. Don’t let me get started on the outright display of tribalism.

    PS. BN, I have seen you post outrightly hateful comments, that can drive the victims to commit suicide. You have no reason to censor this comment. This is just a call for improvement and you know it.

  22. Jen

    December 27, 2013 at 11:43 am

    @oh dear We thank God you’re not a celebrity then! Looool … as you were… Commentator!

    • Oh dear

      December 27, 2013 at 12:53 pm

      People can be so predictable…….when I was typing this comment, I suspected someone was going to make a “mountain out of a molehill” on that particular line and you just confirmed my suspicions. Sweetheart put your brain to work. Whether I am a celebrity or not is not the point. The point is the level of unprofessionalism on the part of the interviewer.

  23. Karen

    December 27, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    But Lynxxx is not actually Igbo you know. Well technically speaking, delta is south south and not east so he is not igbo. Yes, his language might be a lot similar to igbo ( some phrases and words are different though).
    I am delta igbo and i can’t understand igbo at all even though my language is a lot similar to it. The only thing i know we have in common is the word “bia” so please do research before attacking someone. He is actually correct.

    • 'Midé

      December 27, 2013 at 3:47 pm

      On the technicality, maybe it has more to do with the dialect, not the language per se. I know there are some dialects in Yoruba that I can’t understand. All said, I think an individual should be allowed to define himself. Ethnicity does not seem to be static. You hear about the Anglo-Saxons and you wonder about the original Anglais and the Saxons. And you even wonder why the Saxons adopted the English language that most Nigerians now form with. Lynxxx not being Igbo or Ibo points more to something historical that highlights separation or contact of two peoples.

    • African Man

      December 30, 2013 at 5:53 am


    • geane

      December 27, 2013 at 4:12 pm

      and you think all other igbo dialects understand themselves
      well,lmaooo, you dont know what it means to be from the igbo
      nation. let me ask you have you ever heard an ijebu man tell that
      he is not yoruba just because their dialect of yoruba differ a bit.
      In igbo land even simple greatings differ. In ngwa you great elders
      by itu mazi, which arochukwu ppl dont know, these are the simple
      differences that makes igbo unique, just like other languages and
      for your info it happens with every language, even spanish spoken
      in spain is different from that spoken in argentina, so chill, and
      go get educated. Lost Generation!!

    • 'Midé

      December 27, 2013 at 6:43 pm

      You are part of the problem the Nigeria’s educational system has created for the world. Is it hard for you to understand that as the language changes or gets diluted because of geographic space, time and contacts with others, identities and the way people conceptualize their world changes with it? Do you know whether Yoruba and Igbo once belonged to the same language? Do you not realise that there are somethings that cannot be understood because of lack of recorded history? Do you know whether your so called Igbo originated from theirs? You seem so sure, yet you so ignorant.

    • Mrs Nwosu

      December 27, 2013 at 8:24 pm

      @Karen pls just do your research before posting stuff on social media biko. There is a Hausa saying “Matambayi baya bata” pls find out your heritage from your elders.

    • Karen

      December 30, 2013 at 9:15 pm

      Oh? all of a sudden, i do not know about my heritage because i refuse to be called igbo. For your information, i am aware of the history behind where i am from. I’m certainly a descendant of the igbos that migrated to the south but i will definitely not call myself igbo ( why? because igbos were not the only ones that moved to the south!). Some of you on here are just ridiculous with your comments.
      God forbid we have a normal conversation about Nigerian history without people like you screaming “bloody murder”. Abegggi!!!

  24. 'Midé

    December 27, 2013 at 4:04 pm

    O ga o! I bin listen to the interview and it was okay. Nna which one come be d long turenchi wey effribodi dey rite?

  25. wiklo

    December 27, 2013 at 7:20 pm

    LOL!, why does geane have why ‘s avatar?….

    • Geane Chukwuma

      December 27, 2013 at 9:21 pm

      because why?’s real name is geane, and i forgot to use another question as name,instead of my name-are you happy now, i come here to get idea about nigerian youth mindset on current issues and i found this interesting. We are currently working on documentary that shows light on the effect of certain crisis, from civil war to jos crisis, and how it has changed the nigerian identity greatly. So for me I like pushing people to see what useful material i can get out of them, so thank you for being a part of discussion. As for you @Mide i call your kind educated fools. geography has nothing to do with this. I believe when one choses to live a public life as lynxxx decided to do as an artist, he should expect his every move to be scrutinized. His recent songs have been very proud igbo identity driven, and then for him to come here and say his not one, it begs one to question, are the youths of this nation, especially those who lost the war, have they also lost or rather become confused about their identity. And if so who do we blame. So Mide dont come for me okay, this identity crisis is not only a lynxxx think but also so many others. When we crticize him ( maybe we are harsh) we want him to chose his words wisely because he is a role model to many, whether they are igbo,yoruba,hausa, tiv and etc, it doesnt matter; the fact remains that our nigerian entertainers are the only worthy public figures that a young nigerian can say ,”that’s my role model,” because as you know we dont have it anywhere else, the other public figures continue to fail and have failed the youths.

    • 'Midé

      December 28, 2013 at 10:24 am

      Mide the educated fool won’t come for you okay? Geane, Geane, na you biko! Geography has something to do with it. We can think our way through many things using geography. The idea that black people are mostly found in a part of the world is geography. The idea that people resemble one another as you isolate them spatially and regionally. It is not hard to understand that language classifications and relationships follow this pattern. Please educate yourself here :

      I wish you could force your ideas on other people, but that is not so easy in a world where everyone has been taught to reason things through. The minute you understand this aspect of life the easier it helps you to live a happier life.

      @ Beaubelle, you have a point in your understanding of the issue. I suspect it was easier for you to dial into a shared understanding because you share the same heritage with the Lynxxx. And how do I describe the other understanding of polluted air? You dialed this time into shared travel experience of coming of the plane and polluted air hitting you. Abeg tell dem o ! Abeg tell dem pipu caught sleeping on Okada. Ani tell dem well well.Haba!

  26. omada

    December 27, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    I can’t deal with her accent… these our OAPs na

  27. TedX

    December 27, 2013 at 10:36 pm

    This Delta igbo quagmire can only be fully resolved when the igbo parts of Delta (Delta north) are given their state-Anioma,and lumped in the south east with its sister igbo states.Saying “I’m not igbo,I’m delta igbo” is the same as saying “I’m not a christian,I’m a catholic”….

    • lee

      December 31, 2013 at 5:22 pm

      that still won’t solve anything. apart from asaba and ibusa
      most ANIOMA do not like to be referred to as igbo or Delta igbo.
      Most just prefer to just be called their tribe. Just as how Kanuri
      people do not enjoy being called either hausa or fulani.

  28. Beaubelle

    December 28, 2013 at 1:39 am

    wow guys, with all the comments here – one would think Lynxxx was being condescending when he said he wasn’t Igbo. Was I the only the person that understood that his not being igbo as not been from the majority? I’m Delta Igbo and yes our dialect is lighter – I guess that’s what he was saying. I have Igbo friends from the East that don’t understand what I speak and if not for compulsory Nigerian language that I had to take in a Federal secondary school (pro-unitate 🙂 ) – I don’t think I’ll understand a word of Igbo even though my ancestors migrated from Imo state and we speak “Igbo” at home.

    P.s. I also do not think that the interviewer meant any harm – proudly Nigerian but Nigerian air is polluted. When you disembark from the plane – the hot air does truly hit you and sticks to your face especially Lag.

    Show some love people, tis the season to be jolly! 🙂 Not a Lynxxx fan either

  29. kiki

    December 28, 2013 at 8:43 pm

    @Beaubelle not everyone in East the understand each odas dialect.

  30. kiki

    December 28, 2013 at 10:42 pm

    @Beaubelle not everyone in the East understand each odas dialect.

  31. nky

    December 29, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    I am from the igbo speaking part of delta state but the confusion from my people confuses me. If we arent Igbo please can @ beaubelle tell me where we belong? The ondo’s and the lagosians speak different type of yourba language

  32. keneolisah

    January 1, 2014 at 12:13 pm

    For my confused brothers Please read this : Anioma: Resolving the Identity Crisis. @mide, you said geographical location do with what you are rather your tribe due to people you have contact with, well I have a lot of people in Benin Republic that lay claim to yoruba origin. @Beaubelle, I’m sorry for you. Ndo nwanne’m. Sorry o. Too much of Westernization have affected your perpective, your point of view, the way you think. Sorry. Like most Blacks of Nigeria Origin in New York, they don’t claim they are Nigerians because they are not born here. It so pathetic cos it a shame. Well, you can choose where you want to belong. @Nky, please read this :Anioma: Resolving the Identity Crisis written by His Royal Highness Charles Chukwuweike Anyansi III of Idumuje Unor in Delta State. You can buy the PDF from…. Just google it. Lynxx bro, it not ur fault ooo. Ure still my Number one artiste. Love ya.

  33. keneolisah

    January 1, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    And Happy New Year Peepz… Beaubelle, I’m from Imo, my mom is Deltan from Igbo uzor. Ask her what tribe she is, she will not hesitate to tell you proudly that ‘am an Igbo woman’. Well, I consider the fault to be from lack of proper home training and irresponsibility of some parents. After the western education should follow a traditional one. Learning about your people, I consider it fun :D. I have a friend from delta state, I do refer him as my cousin due to the long family relationship. He is an Ukwuani. He said he hate travelling to his village. I asked him why, he gave some irrelevant reasons. When did he travel last to his home town? He has never travelled there. He just went there last year december(2013) by force and by chance. The King of Idumuje Unor, His last son, Nonso is a friend of mine. Thanking You for reading this post and please don’t attack me o. I don’t give a room for bull shit… Bye.

  34. Walter

    January 2, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    Why are they igbos ashamed of themselves??
    He bears an Igbo name and yet he said he is not Igbo!! Pathetic

  35. mine

    January 2, 2014 at 11:32 pm

    Igbo people need to suck it. Those igbo-esque people. In south south states like delta and rivers are NOT ibo. Why do you think they are so good looking? Mchew

  36. Beaubelle

    January 3, 2014 at 1:28 pm

    I wasn’t going to engage in this conversation any further, as it is clear from the comments after mine with some exceptions that my point being made here is not understood.

    However, Keneolisa just had to cross the line. Obviously, you are not aware of the “adult and civilised concept of disagreeing and making your points respectfully”.I mean how can someone have an intelligent conversation or argument that could enlighten myself or yourself when you condescend to stuff like “”lack of home training or blame it on the parents/ westernization?”

    Ironically , you have in comments demonstrated what kind of home training you have and your intelligence level. Stooping to engage to your level, to argue or explain would be poor judgement on my part.

    Who goes about saying amongst other incredible statements “I know the King of so and so’s son””? How old are you, 5? Jeez !if you want to have a conversation with an adult, converse like one, articulate your points properly & constructively . Enough said

  37. keneolisah

    January 3, 2014 at 11:31 pm

    Ok, Beaubelle, I’m sorry for crossing the line. I’m not 5 m 18…. And well if you think iq is too poor for you to engage in this topic with so be it. I’m not yet up to your standard in Education. I am also sorry for how i presented my own point by puttin ‘home training stuffs and others…. Just forget this conversation….

  38. Ekene

    January 6, 2014 at 3:24 am

    Lynxx can claim whatever he likes, the Igbo ethnic group ain’t exactly going round begging people to associate or belong to them, he can be Afghan Igbo for all I care. Am more worried about the fake repackaged American rubbish he feeds Nigerian youths in the name of rap music.

  39. bob

    January 22, 2014 at 1:46 pm

    Saying that the air in Nigeria is polluted, is generalization committed ostensibly from interpreting Nigeria from the standpoint of a section- and most times, from Lagos. travel to the interior parts of Nigeria and you’ll know better. The group of people in present Delta State called Anioma people, share a lot of features of the Igbo tribe. They include language (with variations in the similarity amongst the component groups) some aspects of culture such as dressing, family rites, sports, recreation etc. Historically, a good number of these groups are descendants of the Igbo people, East of the Niger. Following their settlements and independent life for centuries coupled with interaction with peoples of other culture from the West side of the Niger, a lot of dilution has occurred with the original Igbo culture that they had and Politics (Political Economy, Political geography) has taken its own toll as well. at the end of the day, one thing still remains clear- some members of this region, that is , the Anioma people, are undeniably descendants of the Igbo tribe. I, would consider them therefore as Igbo people.

  40. Henry

    February 27, 2014 at 11:55 am

    Lynxx is a fool,don’t u know that majority of ur fans are igbos,watch what u say in order not to hurt your fans.Denying your Ethnicity all in the name of fame.You must be ashamed of yourself.You are not igbo,ok where do u belong then?

  41. Miss Bee

    March 26, 2014 at 11:15 am

    Abeg o!! Why does this thing have to become an identity crisis, y’all need to chill. Is it not possible that he was only trying to point out that he isn’t from the Eastern states but from the Niger-Delta. It myt have been his way of saying I’m not from Abia, Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Ebonyi or them states, I’m from Delta state. Y’all really need to chill. Becos of this one statement, una don start to dey curse each other on top Lynxx matter. Life isn’t that serious tho….

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