Mr. Eazi has been under fire in the last 24hours for making a statement via twitter that Nigerian music often draws its inspiration from the Ghanaian sound.
See few out of tons of tweets that are making the singer the number 1 trending topic in Nigeria
Nigerians taking Mr Eazi back to Ghana pic.twitter.com/bLuUPmRvYD
— COMEDY Junk (@HappyLeozy) January 12, 2017
— Ebiye Victor (@ComedianEbiye) January 12, 2017
Mr Eazi in the eyes of Nigerians before that tweet
How they see him now pic.twitter.com/wtzT1tS0qb
— Light?? (@Hisroyaldopenez) January 12, 2017
Devil is somewhere right now pushing Mr eazi to tweet Ghanaian Jollof is better than Nigerian Jollof so he can finally end his career
— I will be fine ™ (@Lyricalwizzy) January 12, 2017
Idris abdulkareem didn't fight 50 cent for Mr eazi to be saying this nonsense
— Oluwakayode (@iTameLions) January 12, 2017
Honestly! If this Mr eazi wants to succeed again in Nigeria, His next single should be better than "Ojuelegba or African queen ??
— IG:Greatest_Stanley (@cute_namera) January 13, 2017
— Alomo Nation (@AlomoNation) January 12, 2017
Who's more relevant in the Nigerian music industry today?
RT for hand fan, Fav for Mr Eazi pic.twitter.com/AtnkxyqAF0
— BILLION (@BillionTwiTs) January 12, 2017
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