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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Olamide Reacts To NBC Banning His Song - ‘I Have No Intentions Of Promoting Tobacco"

YBNL boss, Olamide has reacted to the airplay ban NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) placed on his club banger, ‘Wo’. According to the indigenous rapper, he has no intention of promoting tobacco to get people killed with his music. The ban came after Federal Ministry of Health led by honourabe Minister Isaac Adewole said Olamide’s new street anthem ‘WO’ is in violation of Tobacco Control Act 2015.
Starnixx at 04:25 PM, 22 Aug 17 (18 hrs ago)
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naso oh
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Starnixx at 04:27 PM, 22 Aug 17 (18 hrs ago)
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na action the tell them oo
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benosky4 at 05:13 PM, 22 Aug 17 (17 hrs ago)
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How did he react?

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benosky4 at 05:14 PM, 22 Aug 17 (17 hrs ago)
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His reaction won't help.

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Patrioti at 05:55 PM, 22 Aug 17 (16 hrs ago)
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Islamization is gradually taking place but people are not seeing from the same angle.
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tegonwa at 06:37 PM, 22 Aug 17 (16 hrs ago)
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Smokers Are Liable To Die Young.Why Must A Musical Video Suggest A Go-ahead Order For People To Die Young?Kai!Wallahi!Ba Sense!Ba Conscience Achikin Cetonka!Nawaa O!
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pricklong at 06:48 PM, 22 Aug 17 (16 hrs ago)
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HABA WO WE NOT MAKE THE YOUNTH TO TURN THEMSELVE TO SMOKER OR MAKE THEM TO STOP OLEASE NIGERIA GOVT ALLOW THAT MUSIC TO PLAY
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jereva at 08:22 PM, 22 Aug 17 (14 hrs ago)
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The article don finish? No direct quote from olamide or anything? Poster you be gbef
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Otikadinje at 10:25 PM, 22 Aug 17 (12 hrs ago)
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Scanty write-up.

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