Sunday, June 4, 2017

Dammy Krane’s Arrest: The 9ice Angle

I listened to the radio this afternoon and should I say unfortunately, they were discussing Dammy Krane’s arrest. And the angle they picked it from was that of 9ice- his ‘Living Things’ song.

Honestly, the first day I heard that song, I said to myself this is all shades of wrong, but then it’s Naija so it’s cool, people had already started listening and jamming to the song.

The topic was the hot gist today and those that sent in messages said 9ice didn’t help matters when he released the song especially the part he praised well known fraudsters, which actually made youths believe more in fraud.

To them, (those that sent in messages) it’s simple, he actually reckons with them and it’s extremely sad that someone who once held a public office and a public figure can actually release a song to praise fraudsters and encourage the youths to involve themselves in what he calls wire wire.

One of the presenters even said, in a better country, authorities would have gone after those men and question their source of income. Which is just the RIGHT thing to do. The only RIGHT THING.
They however attributed it to Dammy Krane’s case, saying he is just like many Nigerian youths who have now involved themselves in fraudulent activities because they see it as a way of being big, living large and a fast way of making money than working hard, and ofcourse if people like 9ice can praise well known fraudsters, why won’t the youths want to get involved.

You ask why? Because 9ice has a say. Because 9ice is seen as a role model. Because 9ice is a star. Because 9ice matters to them. They listen to him. They believe in him. And when he dishes out a song, they think he is right, our mentor says it is cool and so they do it.

Need we say 9ice is wrong with his Living Things song? Absolutely! He owes Nigerian youths an apology. He owes them one, he needs a retraction. He has misled a lot of people without him probably not even knowing. We have to be careful of what we dish out as celebrities (I mean the celebrities).

The lyrics of his song below…


[Intro]
Owo…, owo ni kan lole se ooo
Owo, owo, owo…
Owo ni kan lole se
Kudiratu llai
Owo
[Chorus]
As living thing,
I wanna be ontop of things
I wanna be doing things
I wanna be controlling things
I wanna be **tising
Yeh… ki n sa ti l’owo
Ole lob’omo je
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Wire wire…
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Money order
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Ole je come and marry
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Ah, ah, ah…
[Verse 1]
Awon temi sa’se
Won sa’se !!
Won sa’se loru moju
Won sa’se !!
Awon temi sa’se
Won sa’se!!
Lai foju kan’run
Beeni..
Ole sun, ole lagun
Ole sun, komo google
Ole sun, ole ran’run
Ole sun, ole o kaku
Yeh…
Money no dey fall from heaven
Se you know ooo
God no go come down from heaven
You better know ooo
[Chorus]
As living thing,
I wanna be ontop of things
I wanna be doing things
I wanna be controlling things
I wanna be **tising
Yeh… ki n sa ti l’owo
Ole lob’omo je
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Wire wire…
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Money order
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Olo je come and marry
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Ah, ah, ah
[Verse 2]
Human being, human being
We making money differently, differently
As a human being, human being
Ojo iku lojo isimi
Ah aha ah aha…
Till date na my pay go
Mo sise mo rere
Thank God is friday
Kajeye gbagbe osi ooo…
When you see me coming
Make way, make way, make way
[Chorus]
As living thing,
I wanna be ontop of things
I wanna be doing things
I wanna be controlling things
I wanna be **tising
Yeh… ki n sa ti l’owo
Ole lob’omo je
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Wire wire…
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Money order
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Olo je come and marry
Ki n sa ti l’owo
Ah, ah, ah
(Praise his people)

14 comments:

  1. Role model for who mbok?

    Nonsense and ingredients


    The song wen Dem suppose to ban by @
    NBC

    I don't even really understand the @Yoruba demons song sef




    @Galore

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  2. Celebrities you say? Or @Yeyebrities?


    @Galore

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  3. I heard him praising @Hush puppy

    That one too, him dey go soon break one day



    @Galore

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  4. You are right he owes the youth an apology

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  5. bad influence,I am new here,I was actually a laila blog reader but her cover make me unable to comment, I may WC here?

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    1. Welcome to the best blog
      LLB is so unique

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  6. He mentioned a lot of names. He mentioned the husppi guy, opa6 and more. I don’t know why EFCC has not gone after them. Buhari must hear this

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  7. The raido presenters are also wrong. If they don't play the songs how will people know it

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  8. Too bad.He should apologize immediately

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  9. The type of music we like in Nigeria tho

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  10. The presenters are absolutely right

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  11. Waiting for EFCC to swift into actions now

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