In January 2017, Mr Eazi made the news when he tweeted that Nigerian music drew a lot of inspiration from that of Ghana's.Many Nigerians reacted negatively to his tweets while others labelled him a sell out because he appeared to be insinuating that Ghanaian music was better than Nigeria’s.
Well, it appears the popular musician is about to be in the eye of the storm again. Speaking in a recent interview, Eazi said that it took his contemporaries in the industry like five or six months to catch up to his style of mixing Ghanaian and Nigerian styles of doing music.
He also said many musicians in the Nigerian industry ‘suddenly’ realized that they had to follow his formula if they want to make hit records. Watch him below:
— zaga dat ⚡️ (@fxntney) September 6, 2017Twitter users are not letting it go and are dragging him left, right and center. See some of the popular tweets below:
Mr Eazi should just respect himself and go back to Ghana or else his next show in Nigeria will be held in a beer parlour pic.twitter.com/4qma6hb61q— Indigenous cLown NG (@MaziNedu_alonso) September 11, 2017
We should tell Mr Eazi the story of Durella & D'Banj that year. He made us understand he was being copied. He never came out of Zanga— Bhadmus Hakeem (@Bhadoosky) September 11, 2017
Mr Eazi hasn't realized that Nigerians hate their country name being mentioned in the same sentence with 'Ghana'..it's just natural
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