They are good and caring people, Naira Marley makes a case for Cameroonians after his show got cancelled

They are good and caring people, Naira Marley makes a case for Cameroonians after his show got cancelled

- Rapper Naira Marley has made a case for Cameroonians in a post shared on his Twitter page

- This comes days after his Valentine’s Day concert was cancelled in the country

- The rap star noted that most of the people are good and caring except for a few among them

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There was backlash against the Cameroonian government after news broke that Nigerian rapper, Naira Marley’s planned Valentine’s Day concert was cancelled.

However, shortly after the occurrence, the rapper has now taken to his page on Twitter to make a case for Cameroonians and urge blogs to stop painting the country bad.

They are good and caring people, Naira Marley makes a case for Cameroonians after his show got cancelled

Naira Marley makes a case for Cameroonians after his show got cancelled. Photo: @nairamarley
Source: Instagram

The Mafo crooner in his post submitted that people in the country are actually good and caring. He also added that Cameroonians love Nigerians and it is only a few people who feel a different way.

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In his words:

"Blogs please calm down, don’t paint Cameroon bad. They are actually very good and caring people. They actually love Nigerians, it’s just a few of them hating but no love lost, we’re still family. 1 love."

See his tweet below:

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The rapper’s tweet elicited mixed reactions from social media users. One Cameroonian lady tweeted in agreement saying:

"Thank you @officialnairamarley, not every Cameroonian artist are bad, one thing for sure is that some of the artists gets very jealous and backstab as well."

Another Cameroonian fan wrote:

"Bro love you from Cameroon we are waiting for your show . communicate the date to us."

Here’s what another fan from Cameroon tweeted at the Nigerian rapper:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the rapper humoured his fans on Instagram after sharing a video showing the moment he was getting tested for coronavirus.

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Naira Marley looked all jittery when a health worker tried to carry out a nose swab test on him. The video got his fans teasing him in the comment section.

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Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over three years of working experience in the media industry.

He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)

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