See What Nigerians On Twitter Are Saying About Mr Eazi's Ghana Music Comment
Nigerians are a passionate people.
It's in the mannerism, expressions and how hard anyone who dares ruffle the country people's feathers is attacked on social media platforms.
No one understands this better than Nigerian artiste, Mr Eazi, who has found himself on the receiving end of some serious online bashing, yet again.
Earlier in the year, Mr Eazi had said Nigerian music was under serious influence by Ghanaian music. Nigerians didn't take this kindly and lashed him hard on Twitter.
Several months later and Eazi is back on the Ghanaian vs Nigerian music conversation, this time claiming credit as the pioneer of the Ghanaian/Nigerian music fusion.
Once again, the people of Naija are not pleased about Mr Eazi's seeming penchant for pitting Ghana over Nigeria, and have launched a scathing attack on the 'Leg Over' singer.
Check out what Twitter has to say about Mr Eazi's latest comments.
I hope Mr Eazi hasn't damaged his career with his own mouth. We Nigerians can hate as much as we love, and when we hate we hardly forgive.— Mazi Olisaemeka ™ (@OlisaOsega) September 11, 2017
Bruno Mars might have seen it comin for "Mr Eazi"— Chima (@itzchimz) September 11, 2017
Eazzi come Eazi gooooooo
1. Mr Eazi's recent act is just a typical example of how "some" rich people in Nigeria doesn't want others to be rich as them. ??— Based on Logistics (@Iam_Abdulaxis) 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
Songs that popularized Ghana sound in Nigeria Before Mr. Eazi— Isima (@IsimaOdeh) September 11, 2017
Fefenefe (2004) by Tic Tac ft. Tony Tetuila
My Love (2006) by 2Baba ft. VIP