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Singer, Seyi Shay Shares Another Sexy Picture

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Singer, Seyi Shay, seems good at something even if she is bad at making a career out of music.

The singer, is good at sharing sexy pictures, and in recent times, she has been sharing a couple.

Days back, Seyi Shay, shared a sexy picture of herself and fellow singer, Waje. The picture generated a lot of reaction, as the singers attracted both positive and negative reactions.

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Today, Sunday, November 2, Seyi Shay, shared another sexy picture of herself, and a lot of people have been reacting to how cute she looks in the picture, as she gets set for the day.

Sunday Morning Sexiness: Stunning new photos of Seyi Shay

 

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Will NBC Call Naira Marley To Order?

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There is no doubt that Naira Marley is fast garnering fans both within and outside the country.

Today, his fan base cut across the street where he is from and a few elite.

With his increase in fan base, is a growing concern about his influence.

The title of his songs namely ‘Opotoyi,’ ‘Ko Si Werey,’ ‘Illuminati,’ ‘Soapy’ and ‘Am I A Yahoo Boy’ tells fans and critics the artiste’s mindset and what to expect from him musically.

But more worrisome is his silent portrayal of drug abuse as a norm. Almost every video of the singer has him smoking weed.  

The act is now synonymous with him such that it is his opening when shooting his videos.

From the video of ‘Japa,’ ‘Opotoyi’ to ‘Am I A Yahoo Boy,’ the silent endorsement of drug abuse is evident and strong without fear for regulatory bodies or the fact that he might be misleading his young fans. 

While his fans might want to scream hypocrite, as usual, the need for the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), and the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC), to put a check on the visuals of the artiste is important.

If songs like Falz’s ‘This Is Nigeria’ which shed light on the ills ravaging the country could be banned, why then is ‘Soapy’ and ‘Opotoyi’ still enjoying airplay? 

In the past, songs such as ‘If’ remix by Davido, ‘Living Things’ by 9ice and ‘Wavi Level’ by Olamide have all received the hammer for their questionable lyrics. ‘Opotoyi’ and ‘Soapy’ shouldn’t be an exception.

 

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Rapist Should Be Killed-9ice

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 One of the most popular conversations in the past weeks is the allegation of rape brought on Biodun Fatoyinbo by Busola Dakolo, wife of musician Timi Dakolo.

Music artistes, producers, and industry heavyweights have been reacting to the allegation and anticipating her next move having lodged a formal complaint.

The decision by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to support Fatoyinbo has seen more celebrities reacting to the allegation.

Abolore Adegbola Akande, popular as 9ice has reacted to the conversation, stating that a rapist is worse than an armed robber.

Stating that he couldn’t wrap his head around the idea of a man raping a woman, 9ice said that he thinks that rapists should be killed.

However, he urged men who are shy to talk to women to take to commercial sex workers rather than settle for rape, adding that he would kill any rapist he sees.

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N-TYZE Entertainment Artiste, Humblesmith Returns With New Single

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Fresh off a tour of eastern Nigeria, N-TYZE Entertainment artiste, Humblesmith has a new single for his fans.

This time, the ‘Osinachi’ singer returns with a new single titled ‘Uju Mina.’

Love themed, the single sees the artiste announcing and professing his love to his lover.

Produced by Stanactur, ‘Uju Mina’ comes with a slow, eastern highlife beat peculiar with the artiste.

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