I’m also a Marlian but I totally oppose the idea of releasing this song unfiltered
Naira Marley pronounced the banned of his new song by NBC a few days after releasing it due to the vulgar words used in the lyrics.
He and other Marlians sees nothing bad in the song as they claim it’s the usual words we are used to. Like nothing new.
Fortunately, it was later reported that the banned has been overturned after deep analysis from the Nigeria Broadcasting Communication (NBC).
I don’t have any problem with Naira Marley but truth be told, the sex words in the songs are many and unfiltered. So, I deeply support the motion of banning the song.
Why It Should Be Banned?
According to statists, in Nigeria, half of the population is aged under 19 years. Nigeria has one of the youngest populations in the world. In the whole of Africa and in the world, Niger records the lowest median age. Nigeria ranked 18th.
Therefore, it is understandable that teens tend to be misled and misstated easily and that’s why content is being censured before presenting it to the public at their consideration.
In this century, we all know the negative impact explicit content has caused in this society. Even putting ‘3’ in the word of ‘s3x’ is no longer working as they already got the scope.
We all know Naira Marley is used to using vulgar words in his songs, the likes of Pxta, Opotoyi, Soapy, Am I A Yahoo Boy, Idi Oremi and many more are nothing but explicit contents related songs.
But this latest song “Currently” enjoyed the more sex words as he intentionally decided to unfiltered them all.
See part of the lyrics
In just 78 words, I have strikeout up to 15 words which has been used unfiltered. This is disappointing!
Am I the only one seeing this song as a bad influence on society? Lemme hear from you all.
Listen to the song below:-
Does Naira Marley’s New Song “Coming” Featuring Busiswa Truly Deserved To Be Banned?
Our rating for this song is 3/10.
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