First it was a video being banned by NBC, now it’s FG sanctioning his recent video one would think the government has grudge against the bariga born indigenous rapper.
The ministry of health rebuked his recent video. According to them, the song featured a line were Olamide mentions cigarettes contravenes Nigeria’s laws on Tobacco advertising, promotion & sponsorship.
The video promotes a dangerous habit that encourages second-hand smoking.
The risks from this include cancers, respiratory & cardiovascular diseases
Viewing things from the FG perspective one would realize artistes hold a very important role in public enlightenment and youth education. Music should be used as a tool to stop societal vices but the otherwise seem no to the case, little wonder the FG came hard at OLAMIDE
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