Touch Of Thoughts | 2 September 2012 04:03 CET

KSB Finally Wins War Against Don Jazzy, Wande Coal's 'Go Low' Music Video As It Gets NBC's Ban

Source: Osaremen Ehi James/

Barely a week after our report on a war against nudity in Wande Coal's new music video, 'Go Low' raised by gospel artiste, Kenny Saint Best (KSB), we have now got a report that the 'controversial' music video has been banned by the National Broadcasting Commission.

This development was conveyed to by an industry source close to the broadcasting regulatory body. We were informed that the music video would no longer receive airplay on terrestrial TV stations, but could still be played on pay TV stations.

We earlier reported of how KSB condemned Don Jazzy and Wande Coal for allegedly bringing back and promoting nudity in Nigerian music videos. She also alleged them of making rape cases in Nigeria be on the increase.

She later warned them to stop it or get stopped by God.

When Don Jazzy reacted to KSB's accusations, he simply said it was baseless. He is yet to react to this latest development. We would keep you updated.

Wande Coal

Click the link below to go to...

Don Jazzy Reacts To KSB's Accusation


When Lizzy Anjorin turned 'big time hustler'

Veteran Actress, Liz Benson Makes Return To Nollywood

President Obasanjo Lambasts Eedris Abdulkareem Again

Nollywood Budding Actress, Stephanie Chijioke Gets N100m Mansion, Splashes N44m On Cars

9ice/Toni Payne Latest: Being a single mom is hard, my son is now my focus—Toni Payne

Charly Boy is not my Son---Justice Oputa [Father]

Sisi Eko Latest: Police Invites Organiser, Promises To Redeem Pledge Before End Of Queen's Reign

Other sites The Nigerian Voice