Musician and activist, Charles Oputa, notably known as Charly Boy, has revealed plans on a rebound to the music scene with his forthcoming project.
The 68-year-old singer hinted that he is coming back for fake people especially the so-called ‘Men of God’.
“In the next two weeks, my new song is dropping, ‘The God of Men’ for all those fake yeye pastors.”
“I’m coming back to take my own line and stay my own line. A lot of fake people are around. I work with talented Nigerian artiste, Falz. He is somebody I like and respect so much, fun to be with.”
According to him, it is an advocacy song aimed at fake pastors. Charly Boy disclosed he featured Falz in the song due to his philosophical flair of music that addresses societal issues.
Charly Boy, who is well-known to have championed the rights of the commercial motorcycle riders, popularly known as Okada in the country, said he is in total support of the ban of commercial bikes by the Lagos State government.
Area Father, as referred to by his admirers, addressed the issue on his Instagram. According to him, some threatening sects have taken over the business in the state.
“The okada people I dey see now no be my boys. Most of them no know me and me no know dem,” he said.