[E!News] CDQ – My Father Gave Me Condom At The Age Of 16!

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Indigenous rap artiste, CDQ, could always remember the year 2008 as it was the time he lost his dad. Bringing an outing through a world of fond memories with Saturday Beats, the vocalist alluded to his dad as his closest companion and associate.

“I was near my dad who kicked the bucket in 2008. I learned that he was in his office when he all of a sudden drooped and he was raced to the healing center. He was in the healing facility for quite a while before he at last passed on. His demise truly influenced the family monetarily. Likewise, my dad was our guide and he prompted us on each life circumstance.

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“When I was 16, my dad called me and said that he realized that at my age, I would see young ladies. He gave me a condom and disclosed to me that on the off chance that I should engage in sexual relations, I ought to guarantee I wear one. He made it realized that he was against pre-conjugal sex yet I ought to dependably secure myself if the chance that I should take part in the act. He additionally constantly prompted that as a man, I ought to dependably guarantee that I buckled down and procure cash in light of the fact that thusly, the women would pursue me. I have truly missed that closeness and companionship I had with my father. Likewise, there was the money related angle. My dad was the one that dealt with his more distant family. My dad showed me not to rely upon anyone,” the Sai Baba vocalist said.

The financier turned-artist disclosed to Saturday Beats that when he needed to stop the managing an account corridor for recording stalls, he didn’t have the mettle to tell his widowed mother being the principal offspring of the family.


“There is nobody that would leave a bank work for music that would not be frightened of the profession change but rather around then, I had a ton of weight on me. I lost my dad when I was still in school in those days in 2008. That period was when Lagos State was doing street extension so they broke the two shops my mom had on Alaba Expressway. I am the main offspring of my family so I needed to battle for my family. I had many people who relied upon me, so it settled on the choice much harder for me when Mastakraft exhorted me to leave the managing an account lobby for the chronicle stall. I tuned in to his recommendation and considered music important. He guaranteed me that following a half year, things would change in my life on the off chance that I grasped music soundly and his expectation happened.

“I didn’t tell my mom when I quit my activity, she didn’t think about my choice. She thought I was working in the bank since I used to give her cash from what I made at little shows I performed at. She didn’t know I was a performer till I began to thrive,” CDQ said.

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