Mr. Eazi Apologises To Nigerians After Heavy Backlash

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Popular Afrobeat singer, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade popularly known as Mr. Eazi has apologized to Nigerians after facing heavy backlash for ‘underming’ the country’s music industry.

The ‘Sample’ singer, who recently moved to Nigeria having lived in Ghana since 2007, said on Thursday that Nigerian music is a major force in Africa, “the new bounce is Ghana”.


In another tweet he said: “Ghana’s influence on present day “Naija Sound” cannot be over emphasized.”

Those comments did not go down well with his Nigerian fans and they quickly ripped him apart on social media.

He has now apologized for the comments, knowing that it could cost him the support he gets from His Nigerian fans who overwhelmingly voted for him to win the Headies ‘Next Rated Award’.

Issuing an apology, he said: “Just got a call, my fam in Imeko are doing family meeting to deport me to Ghana. Abeg my Naija people no vez.”


— Accra2Lagos 11th feb (@mreazi) January”>″>January 12, 2017

Unsurprisingly he got some epic responses from Nigerians.













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