Nigerian politician and media executive, Seyi Gbangbola, has called out Mavin records CEO, Don Jazzy, for promoting immorality.
He described Jazzy as a demon and an agent of the Devil for his endorsement of Rema’s style of music, especially his latest song, Bounce, which he says is reflective of moral decadence.
Gbangbola expressed further concerns , saying that he won’t be surprised if Nigerian musicians have a contract with the devil to lure souls into his kingdom.
He took to his social media page to attack the music producer for producing Rema’s song, Bounce, which he found too obscene for a 20-year-old singer.
”I know a lot of you don’t like to see posts like this. I’m not worried about you. But maybe there’s someone out there that needs to see this. For the rest of you, you can ignore. I no dey follow you argue!
I’m only concerned for the decaying morals most of you seem to be shinning teeth about.
Because i kukuma no dey fear you. I mean I’m not even saying the world can be perfect in terms of morals. I’m saying today there is a huge dive in the trajectory of moral standards. And every one acts like it’s okay. Like wtf mehn!
My problem is many of you will not accept this behaviours from your own kids or relatives, but if it is someone else’s, it’s fine? That’s hypocrisy with a sprinkle of witchcraft.
Astargfirullah!” the politician wrote.