Mr Eazi has gotten him self in trouble with the Nigerian Twitter users for the second instance this year. Early in the year, he proposed that Nigerian music artists had the Ghanaian sound to say thanks to for the majority of their hits and many people ha d a problem with that. Once more, the very same matter comes up and this period, Mr Eazi mentioned that right before his coming on the scene, Nigerian artists weren’t looking to Ghana to get inspiration but, today, the use of Ghanaian slang is rampant in most of the songs making the hits in naija.
Nigerians in fact instantly took to Twitter to point out to Mr Eazi of the days before his presence when the likes of Wizkid had been making songs like Azonto, while Runtown who we could argue that his shots are directed to even came in to let it be known that he’s all set to let the music speak. Is Mr Eazi trying to play between Nigeria and Ghana a marketing tactic intended for his forthcoming UK Culture Fest? Perhaps.