The tune has “indecent and vulgar” lyrics, Nigeria’s Nationwide Broadcasting Fee (NBC) stated in a letter to the radio station.
When it was launched, the tune garnered world consideration together with a response from American hip-hop musician and entrepreneur Diddy, who shared it on his Instagram web page, giving the video worldwide recognition.
Though the tune received quite a lot of love, it additionally obtained some backlash.
Nigeria’s Muslim Rights Concern in June threatened to sue the rapper, Falz if he didn’t pull down the music video with an apology.
Nigerian musicians typically keep away from political commentary, partly attributable to a worry of persecution by the political elite and the federal government.
Falz, (actual identify Folarin Falana) stated there was nothing vulgar in regards to the lyrics.
“I’m not completely happy that the NBC is stopping the folks from listening to such sturdy messages that have to be heard. I can’t relent and that’s the reason my subsequent album is essential.
“There’s a lot happening that must be talked about, though lots of people could not wish to hear the reality,” Falz stated in a press release.