Filmmaker Yomi Black slams Emma Ugolee and Etcetera after tribalism comment

Filmmaker Yomi Black slams Emma Ugolee and Etcetera after tribalism comment

- Filmmaker Yomi Black is not happy with comments made by media personality Emma Ugolee and Singer Paschal Uche Ejikeme

- Ugolee recently stated that in the past, popular music stars came from different parts of Nigeria but now the industry is dominated by southwest singers

- Ejikeme replied his statement by claiming that the industry is now filled with tribalism

- Black, who disagreed with their comment, stated that southwest singers make better music

Popular Nigerian filmmaker Yomi Black has put media personality Emma Ugolee and singer Paschal Uche Ejikeme, professionally known as Etcetera, on blast for making comments about tribalism in the music industry.

In a recent statement, the media personality noted that the music industry used to be filled with singers from different parts of the country. Although he said he was not trying to claim tribalism, he added that now the popular singers are from the southwest.

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Etcetera replied to his statement with his own opinion on the matter. He claimed that the music industry's best is filled with southwest singers compared to singers from other parts of the country because the industry is tribalistic.

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In response to the media personality and singer, Black shared a post on his Instagram page, telling them why the popular singers are from the southwest.

Black explained that things are like that because the southwest makes better music. He also asked why no one is talking about the best footballers being from the east.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that popular Afro-fusion Nigerian star, Burna Boy, does not place any high importance on legends in the music industry. The singer made this clear in his recent tweets.

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According to him, he is the best thing after Fela Kuti and he is the one responsible for the respect Nigerians currently enjoy. The Anybody crooner also said nobody paved the way for him.

He further stated that he learnt long ago from another singer, Timaya, that the world can live without the best.

Nigerians on social media reacted to Burna Boy’s tweets and many of them do not seem impressed by it. Many people described the singer as being arrogant and they rejoiced that he did not even win the Grammy he was nominated for.

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