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Popular Nigerian Music Journalist, Joey Akan Condems Naira Marley’s Latest Music – “Soapy”

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Nigerian music journalist, Joey Akan has condemned Naira Marley’s new viral track “Soapy” and blasted his ill-fated followers called the Marlians by calling them a bunch of stupid donkeys.

The award-winning Journalist took to his Instagram page to express his disgust at Naira Marley’s new viral track “Soapy”, which according to Joey is total rubbish. He believes Naira Marley mislead a lot of Nigerian youths by normalizing “Yahoo Yahoo” and got away with it and now he is pushing forward the normalization of public masturbation.

He further went ahead to attack the singer’s fan base by calling them a stupid bunch of nitwits and donkeys. He added that Marlians are lost sheep that stand for rubbish.

“Nigerians are poor and lost, desperately looking for something bigger than themselves to connect to. That’s why Naira Marley had support with Yahoo; lost, disillusioned souls looking for belonging from anything higher than their status. Yahoo? No problem. .

Now we have another stain on us with Ijo Soapy. Whoever designed that record, knew what they were doing. They know the base they are targeting. It is not for you sensible person with outrage. It is for those same people who supported him during his self-inflicted travails.

Marlians are a stupid bunch. A band of nitwits in the idea of foolishness. There is no boundary, no fore or afterthought. Just lost sheep without a modicum of sense or self-respect. Marlians stand for iranu. They stand for rubbish. And they stan for normalization of rubbish.

Same way Yahoo was trying to go mainstream, Marley is now pushing for normalization of public masturbation. Grown men making dick moves on dance floors is not evolution. It’s degeneration. Masturbate in your homes. “Soap” isn’t pop culture fodder.

Marlians: Donkey of the Year.

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