Nigerians On Twitter Drag Olamide & Lil Kesh Over ‘Logo Benz’ Lyrics | SEE BASHING
On the chorus Baddo chants;
“I dey pray to Jesu, Jesu, owo wole, if money no enter, I go do blood money.
“I dey pray to Allah, Allah, owo wole, if money no enter, I go do blood money”.
And the rest of the lyrics which is sung in Yoruba is just as vulgar. The music stars are being dragged for promoting songs which not only promote fraud but now blood money rituals. Again, the cover art of the song has a ladies pant on it, if you know you know.
Here is how some Nigerians reacted to it.
— Oriire (@Orire_) December 20, 2018
Olamide is a cancer to the Nigerian music industry and youths in general
This new song with lil kesh is just rubbish
What kinda lyrics is this ?
“If money no enter i go do blood money”
Are you freaking kidding me ? ? ?
Super wow !
Nah! Olamide is canceled!
— Terry (@Terrybrainz) December 20, 2018
Pata ni logo Benz???
No. Lil Kesh has to go. What the entire fuck is this nonsense song?
What's worse is Olamide is featured, even if Kesh is a lost battle, bros u no suppose encourage am na 😑😑😑😑😑
— Manny ✂ (@DeGentleman_) December 20, 2018
“If money no enter I go do blood money”
If they want to perish, they should perish alone and not drag other youths along.
— Bhadmus Hakeem (@Bhadoosky) December 20, 2018
Suddenly, Nigerians are woke. Falz spoke against Yahoo boys & praising illegal acts sometimes ago & majority came for him and labeled him a privileged child. Lil kesh & Olamide just remixed what 9ice said sometimes ago which was glorifying blood money. It’s now a norm.
— IG: Omope Abdul Azeez (@Iam_Abdulaxis) December 20, 2018
— Alhaji ROYZ👑 (@royzkingin) December 20, 2018
There needs to be a line that you can’t cross when it comes to lyrics in music. This is one of them.
— 👑 DaddyMO 👑 🚀♠️ (@officialdaddymo) December 20, 2018
It went from Olu Maintain's "Yahooze" to Kelly Handsome's "Maga don Pay" then down to 9ice's "Living Things" & Now Lil Kesh's Logo Benz.
From "If i hammer" to "i go do blood", its only get worse as we continue normalising Fraud
— KinG NomSo👑 (@ani_nomso) December 20, 2018
With the high condemnation of Lil kesh and Olamide nonsensical song, the Nigerian youths are saying no more to decades of societal problems caused by this mentality of money by all means. No more nonsense in our society. Musicians and politicians should be warned. pic.twitter.com/uVfx6rrb7V
— Oluwaseun temitayo (@Seuntemitayo4) December 20, 2018
But Badoo sef fall hand this time around o. There are lines you try not to cross. I know how these boys react to things like this nah and because Olamide has said it now, they must try it.
— Lateef Ayobami (@DacapableAyo) December 20, 2018
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Olamide will do an interview now and “clarify” that his lyrics were actually meant to sensitize the youths against rituals… and guess what? We’ll believe it and continue dancing along🌝🌚
— Emeka (@andem_) December 20, 2018