Journalist Adeyinka Oluwamayowa Blasts Naira Marley Over New Song, Singer Responds
Street-hop singer, Naira Marley, has responded to popular entertainment journalist Adeyinka Oluwamayowa’s request to have his new song, ‘Coming’, banned from airplays on all broadcasting outlets in Nigeria.
On Saturday afternoon, March 20, 2021, Adeyinka called on the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) to sanction Naira Marley for his new provocative song, ‘Coming’, featuring South African songstress, Busiswa.
Adeyinka said Naira Marley is a virus that is gradually infecting the continent of Africa negatively through his explicit lyrics. He then advised NBC to stop tolerating the musician’s offensive songs.
Adeyinka wrote on his official twitter account, @mrseptin911, that; “Naira Marley is a virus that should be stopped. He appears to be on a mission of contaminating the continent of Africa.
“His latest song, ‘Coming’ featuring Busiswa should be suspended from airing everywhere”.
Adeyinka added; “NBC should also sanction Naira Marley and stop tolerating his provocative songs”.
In response to Adeyinka, Naira Marley retweeted his tweet and shared that; If u sensor my new song, you will just be listening to only instrumental.
Naira Marley released ‘Coming’ on Thursday, March 18, 2021. The song contains vulgar lyrics that should be dissociated from kids.
Adeyinka is a vocal music critic who speaks up against the destructive influences Naira Marley’s songs have on the younger generations and in fact, consumers of his music at large.
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