The ‘resist spirit’ has taken over Huddah Monroe. The petite socialite is now asking the rest of Africa to boycott music from Nigeria.
For years musicians from several countries in Africa have complained about Nigerian media not playing music from other countries on the continent.
Most people find this unfair because Nigerian artists enjoy airplay in most African countries. Ghanaian dancehall star Shatta Wale announced in November 2017 that he had banned Nigerian music in Ghana.
Shatta Wale’s decision was prompted by the unfair practice in Nigeria. He wanted Nigerian music to be restricted in Ghana the way Nigerians deal with foreign music in their country.
Africa should boycott Nigerian music
Huddah Monroe has also joined calls to boycott Nigerian music. The Kenyan socialite reiterates that Nigerians don’t listen to music from other African countries.
Huddah further claims that Nigerian artists charge other African musicians exorbitant price for collaborations with them.
“Nigerians don’t even listen and support other African artists music unless it’s collaboration which artists from other countries pay so much for them to be in their songs. We the rest of AFRICA we should just boycott. Be your brothers keeper,” wrote Huddah Monroe.