Popular Singer ‘Fights’ Naira Marley In Anger Over His ‘Soapy’ Dance (Video)

Recall that controversial musician Naira Marley had released a new single titled Soapy a few days ago. The song was accompanied by a unique dance routine and the musician did a little tutorial to show many how to move the Soapy way. But not many Nigerians seem to like either the track or its accompanying dance. Several celebrities like Kaffy and Don Flex slammed the singer for his choice of music and dance and it doesn’t look like it’s going to end soon.


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For one, some Nigerians expressed their disgust with regards to the message and content of the song. Given the many romantically-related metaphors present in its lyrics, they found the song inappropriate and according to them, they would have liked it better if the singer was kept in jail for a longer period of time; voicing out their opinions on Twitter and not mincing words in expressing their thoughts.

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Joining that group of people who have backlashed him is popular singer, Lamboginny. He has come out to drag Naira Marley over his new song titled Soapy. The musician who spends most of his time abroad did not quite like the fact that his colleague released this track soon after coming out of prison.

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Lamboginny’s reaction to Naira Marley’s song came after a particular event occurred. As it happened, the singer who is a Global Prisons Ambassador shared a post of himself wearing a prison uniform to attend the International Human Rights Summit at the United Nations. He did this in a bid to speak out for 49,875 prison inmates awaiting trials for years in prisons across Nigeria.

Knowing fully well that Naira Marley had only just been released from prison, Lamboginny was disappointed that he was promoting a romantic ‘misbehaviour’ in his new song rather than talking about prison reforms. Hence, he expressed his discontent about Naira Marley’s action on social media.

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