He revealed that he was once a DJ.Via TheNews magazine.......
“I was interested in music. I enjoy music, from the days of James Brown. I told you I followed Roy Chicago to Ado-Ekiti, without knowing. I was just lucky.
God just made me a professional because I could have ended up with the late Dr. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister!,” he said in interview with TheNEWS magazine during his 60th birthday celebration.
“We used to follow him (Ayinde Barrister) about for during the Ramadan, to the extent that I would be locked out. Whenever there was competition around Lagos Island or anywhere, we were always there. There was always the possibility of violence because of the competition” .
He also talked about music and his DJ skills.....
“But then I was an in-house DJ, not a commercial DJ. Teddy Pendergrass was my favourite and I kept myself updated on the music scene in America.
“You don’t have music now. You now have O foka sibe, O gbona feli feli. I love listening to jazz a lot,” he said of modern music.