Alibaba Attacks NBC Over Ban Of Olamide’s ‘Bobo’ And Others

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Recently, popular Nigerian comedian Alibaba, has reacted to the recent ban on a number of Nigerian songs by the National Braodcasting Corporation.

Alibaba Attacks NBC Over Ban Of Olamide's 'Bobo'
Alibaba Attacks NBC Over Ban Of Olamide’s ‘Bobo’

Songs affected range from the current to past hit songs. Olamide’s music appears twice on the list. The buzzing ‘Bobo’ single, and his collaboration with CDQ and Masterkraft ‘Indomie’ are affected. Wizkid’s ‘In my bed’, Phyno’s ‘Yayo’, Reminisce’s ‘Tesojue’, Iyanya’s ‘Gift, and many others.

Alibaba Attacks NBC Over Ban Of Olamide's 'Bobo' And Others

Popular comedian Alibaba questions the delay with which the NBC handled the cases. Implying that the ban came a little too late, hence, is redundant.

In his words; “I just heard that some songs were banned from airplay. Wait o, if it took NBC how many months to know the contents of a song were not fit for public consumption, then we should worry. Songs that I have heard Pastors singing sef. People even shakiti in church during praise and worship.”

Alibaba Attacks NBC Over Ban Of Olamide's 'Bobo' And OthersDavido’s controversial visual for ‘Fans mi’ also took a hit, but with a special reason. The NBC frowned on it because the “Video promotes ostentatious lifestyle, violence, drug trafficking and indecent exposure.”
On the international front, Nicki Minaj’s sexually explicit ‘Anaconda’ was axed, Ace Hood and Rick Ross had their ‘Bugatti’ visual removed, and he popular ‘Post to be’ by Omarion. No Nigerian artiste have reacted to the ban.

In the main time, check out the list of banned music by NBC below:

Alibaba Attacks NBC Over Ban Of Olamide's 'Bobo' And Others