Top Nigerian music star, 2face Idibia aka 2baba, is no doubt one of the biggest not only in Nigeria, but in Africa in terms of international recognition.
What is, however, surprising to many of fans is that despite being one of the richest artistes in Nigeria and with his overwhelming success and wealth, the music star hardly flaunts his wealth on social media like some of his other colleagues do.
Well, 2face, who is described as one of the most humble singers in the Nigerian music industry, in a recent interview with Vanguard has explained his reasons why he prefers to keep a low key.
Speaking on why he doesn’t show off his wealth 2face Idibia said:
“For me it’s a matter of choice. It’s a matter of what makes you happy.Whatever I am will speak for itself. I am not going to hide anything.”
“Some people have it and they don’t care to show it and somejust do itso that people will think they have it. Some people do it so that armed robbers will come and visit them.”
Described as the greatest of his generation, 2face Idibia, who many upcoming artistes as well as his colleagues look up to as a mentor speaking on how he still remains successful in the industry, said:“For me, I think it’s the talent , the grace of God and then the love and support of my fans.”
Meanwhile, 2face Idibia, who is into business such as real estate, hospitality says he is investing his money into music business.
According to him: “960 Music Group, Hypertek Entertainment and Hypertek Digital Limited are where I invest musically.”
Speaking of his greatest fantasy, 2baba said:“My greatest fantasy will be for my name to be in the book of life.”
The award-winning singer, 2face Idibia, who recently clocked 38-years-old, has been described as one of the most humble and down-to-earth celebs in the entertainment industry. It’s not surprising he’s got a large fan base.
Tuface, real name Innocent Ujah Idibia, is happily married to Annie Idibia and they are blessed with two daughters, Isabella and Olivia. He has five other kids with two different women.
2face, who was previously part of a Plantashun Boyz, is signed on to his own record label ‘Hypertek’, which he established after leaving Kennis Music.