The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has banned Lil Kesh's Shoki Video, months after it has enjoyed massive airplay.
The Commission which is responsible for regulating and controlling the broadcast industry have woken up months after this song was by Olamide’s protege Lil Kesh. The song which has enjoyed massive acceptance within and outside the country amongst music lovers is even more popular because of its dance.
Apparently 'Shoki' means quickie in Yoruba language. The ban development was made known a popular radio personality and media person, Tolu Oniru, popularly known as Toolz.
However various reactions have been trailing the ban of this much loved song on twitter and Instagram. See below some of it:
Apparently shoki means 'Quickie' in yoruba...never heard that before.. — Tolu (@ToolzO) September 17, 2014 ...and here is Lil Kesh's reaction to the ban:
The upcoming artiste also posted these on his Instagram page....apparently a fan of his music posted it on Twitter, so he posted it on his Instagram page.
However, if you have never heard of the song or watched the video before, here is it below. Enjoy watching it!