- Nigerian comedian, AY, recently revealed one of the problems in the music industry
- The entertainer stated that most people would rather promote foreign artistes than local
- AY also noted that international artistes would not have been known all over the world if their people did not promote them
Popular Nigerian comedian, Ayo Makun, professionally called AY, recently took to social media to talk about one of the problems in the entertainment industry.
In a post on Twitter, AY noted how most people would rather promote foreign artistes at no cost. According to him, those same people would, however, ask local artists to pay them.
AY further said international artistes became famous because their people projected them for the rest of the world to notice.
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"Slavery mentality is when you are excited to promote & project foreign artistes who don't even know you for free,& then ask your own local artistes to pay you. The only reason they became famous,was because their own people projected them for the rest of the world to notice."
View the tweet below:
Nigerians expressed their views on the comedian's revelation in the comment section.
Legit.ng gathered some comments:
Sunny stated that the same thing also happens in the world of football.
Olamilekan asked the entertainer how many people he had grown through his platform.
Risky revealed that it was a stone-age mentality.
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In other news about the comedian, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ayo Makun aka AY, marked his 12 years of blissful marriage to Mabel Makun and he had a lot to say about the marital journey.
AY said that being with his wife all through the years had been so full of meaning for him, as he admired her love for him and her strength.
The comedian added that the woman’s care has always been the motivation pushing him to work harder for them all.
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