- Singer Naira Marley has called for anybody who claim to be Marlians be brought to him
- The singer asked siblings with his fan in their house not to chastise nor beat them
- Not all Nigerians are cool with this development as some moralists believed he is a bad influence on the youths
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Nigerian indigenous rapper Naira Marley is making a case for his fans and followers who go by the name Marlians.
The singer who has a large followership and fan base has called on siblings who might have Marlians among their family members. The singer noted that his followers should not chastise nor beaten.
He admonished the elders in the family not to touch nor shout at them but rather they should send him a message as he will come to pick them up.
The tweet got many people reacting to it.
@firstsonofonaa wrote: "Are u sure, Naira pls I av like 10 of dem living under my watchful eyes and dey are all nice and hard working guys. Pls I will be very glad if u culd come collect dem but Naira u will pay me ooo. U can reach me on 09054613680. I am looking for ur prompt response."
Some other people are not cool with this suggestion by Naira Marley as they see him as a bad influence on the young ones in the society and they kicked. See their comments below:
@ogidiogidolu wrote: "A bad influence on our future to be leaders like you shouldn't be encouraged by submitting to your whims and capris.A team raised by you can only be a minus to a sane society."
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In another of Naira Marley's stories, Legit.ng reported that indigenous rapper Azeez Fashola aka Naira Marley has managed to cause a stir in the online community with his latest dance challenge for music single, Koleyewon.
The rapper in the past few days was busy reposting entries from the challenge on his page and the latest of such videos is one by a 3-year-old girl identified as Darasimi.
Naira Marley while sharing the clip said he got the video from popular motivational writer, Debbie Shokoya.
In the video, the little one was spotted in the living room as the song played in the background. She went on to bust different moves and even included the viral slow-motion step in her dance routine.
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