Afrobeat singer & Bassist Omorinmade Anikulapo-Kuti, a descendant of Afrobeats legend Fela Anikulapo-Kuti sat with Pop & Goss to discept his worst fears and you bet as an Anikulapo, death isn’t one of it.
The 22-year old paraphrased that one of the learnings of every Kuti as they grow is to accept death and perceive the idea that they might die as nothing.
“One thing that you learn to accept growing up as an Anikulapo is to accept death and that’s the biggest fear. We accept that it’s a possibility to move on to something else after we die but nobody knows for sure.”

However, like everyone one of us, dying without significantly influencing the society is what bothers him more.
“That I will die not contributing to the society and I will see my siblings and children suffer, that is a bigger fear for me. I fear things more than I fear death. So I’m not afraid of challenging the status quo, what I am afraid of is making a mistake when I am doing it” he added.


Watch the interview below: