Nigerians talk about boycotting Olamide's OLIC over new song with Lil Kesh glorifying money rituals

Nigerians talk about boycotting Olamide's OLIC over new song with Lil Kesh glorifying money rituals

The year 2018 has been cc a good one for YBNL boss, Olamide, but things seem ready to take another turn.

The music star started making headlines for the wrong reasons after his new song with Lil Kesh, Logo Benz, went viral.

Many Nigerians seem to believe the track promotes money rituals especially because of the part of the lyrics that reads: “If money no enter, I go do blood money.” and they took to Twitter to air their grievances as they wondered how an artiste with such a big fan base can make a track with such words.

To correct their negative notions, Olamide also took to his handle to explain that the song was only to create awareness about the things prevalent in the society.

Obviously not satisfied with his explanation, a number of people have taken to their handles to call for the boycott of the singer’s upcoming show, Olamide Live In Concert (OLIC).

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See some of their tweets below:

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Despite all these call for a boycott, some people believe it would end on social media because Nigerians are known to be more vocal only on the internet.

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