Thursday, 12 January 2017

Mr Eazi Is Causing An Uproar In Nigeria And Ghana For Tweeting This

Just a few weeks ago, when
Mr Eazi hosted his ‘Live is
Eazi’ concert, he got so much
appraisals for his good
showmanship, now he is
trending wrongly for a
controversial statement he
made.
The ‘Skin Tight’ singer tweeted
his honest opinion on social
media, on Wednesday 11th
January, about Ghana music
influencing Nigerian music .
“Ghana’s music influences on
Nigerian music cannot be
over-emphasized,” he tweeted.
In less than 24 hours the post
has been retweeted over a
million times, while several
comments attack him for
biting the hands [Nigerian
music] that made himMost Nigerians are not happy
with the statement and feel
betrayed by Mr Eazi for saying
such a statement, which
according to Nigerian
entertainment critics, is
undermining of Nigerian music
creatives.
On the other hand, some say
the statement was born out of
the long-lasting Nigeria versus
Ghana social media war which
started with the jollof rice
saga.
Here are some of the tweets
that erupted after Mr Eazi’s
@crazeclown – This led to the
fatal accident! A very sensitive
truth! The Naija-Ghana war
just took a fresh turn.
@IamDo2dtun – It’s not a
Naija Vs Ghana tin that y’all
make it all the time. It’s an
opinion, fight with facts, must
we be petty?
DJ Spinall wrote “A fuck boy’s
true colour will always show
off sooner or later.”
Ghanaian Hip-Hop/Afro-Pop
artiste Ko-Jo Cue defends his
homeland saying “Both
Ghanaians and Nigerians
should be happy they are
complementing each other
musically.”.