- Cameroonian actor, Panchy CY has taken to social media to blast Nigerians
- In a trending video, he urged his fellow Cameroonians to reject Nigerian music and put theirs first
- According to Pancho, he has lived with Nigerians and they are born greedy
Nigeria has come under verbal attack from yet another country and again, it is for our music. Upcoming Cameroonian actor, Pancho CY, made a video in which he put Nigerians on full blast.
CY whose major issue was the patronage of Nigerian music in Cameroon stated that his fellow citizens need to ban Nigerian artistes from performing in their country.
He Cameroonians need to promote their own culture and music rather than patronise Nigerian music.
CY in the now-trending video tagged Nigerians as greedy, stating that he has lived amongst them and has some as tenants and workers.
The enraged actor commended his fellow citizens for reportedly not turning up for Joeboy on his visit to the country.
He also blasted the president of Cameroon, Paul Biya, after Wizkid was paid to perform at the family's private party in the country.
Pancho CY stated that while Cameroonians play a lot of Nigerian music, the reverse is the case in Nigeria. He also warned Cameroonian DJs against playing Nigerian music in their cubs.
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Read part of the things he said:
"No to Nigerian music in Cameroon. We are tired of your greed. Nigerian man is a born greedy man. I know their character very well. Nigerian artistes are not more talented than Cameroonian artistes. How many Nigerian artistes can sing in five different languages in one song?"
Watch full video below:
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In a similar story, Ugandan musician, Cindy Sanyu, recently reacted to the arrest of Nigerian music stars, Omah Lay and Tems, for performing at a packed concert in the East African country.
In a video that has since gone viral on social media, Cindy, criticised the Nigerian musicians for holding a concert in her country while their own artistes starved.
According to the East African singer, artistes in Uganda had their means of making money taken from them due to the coronavirus lockdown as they could not perform at shows.
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