Following his claim that Ghana affected Nigerian music, well-known artist and serial entrepreneur Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, aka Mr. Eazi, recalls being a victim of cancel culture.that Mr. Eazi received outrage after tweeting on January 11, 2017, stating that Ghanaian music has a significant influence on contemporary Nigerian music. Many fans, coworkers, and music enthusiasts threatened to unfollow him.
on response to the criticism he received on a recent Joey Akan-hosted Afrobeats Intelligence Podcast episode, Mr. Eazi stated that he didn’t regret making the statement in spite of the threats.
But instead of criticizing him in private, he bemoaned the fact that some of the people in the industry he believed to be his friends joined others in canceling him.
The crooner of “Leg Over” also criticized those who are still.claiming that they are “hating” him for other reasons and that his statement wasn’t “deep.”
“Even till tomorrow, I see people come on my [social media] profile and still throw hate,” Mr. Eazi stated in reference to the cancellation of his entire career. “Oh, yeah, you said that,” they said. Like, “Family, really?” This force goes to the local legislator that lives on your street. Do you sense me? I didn’t murder anyone. I spoke what I wanted to say.

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