Does Ghana Have Influence Over Nigerian Sounds? Nigerians 'Roast' Mr Eazi
You just have to be careful what you say on social media, especially as a celebrity. Not everyone would understand or would want to understand.
Nigerian singer, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade known as Mr Eazi gave credit to Ghanaian sounds over Nigerian sounds as he took to Twitter, stating rather 'boldly' that Ghana's influence on Nigerian sound cannot be over emphasized.
We all know the internet does not allow such things to pass by and Mr Eazi has now become number one on trending topics on Nigerian Twitter.
Check out some replies:
Although, DJ Spinall didn't mention a name, but we know who he is referring to.
A fuck boy's true color will always show off sooner or later !— Top Boy (@DJSPINALL) January 12, 2017
Meanwhile, Juliet Ibrahim has also come under fire for her 'unrivaled' support of Mr Eazi:
Some naija soundz is azonto inspired, alkaida inspired,hi-life inspired,even if u hear "mad over u" u go tink 8s a Ghanaian singing @mreazi— Juliet Ibrahim (@julietibrahim) January 12, 2017
It's no big deal anyways; dats wat music is about;but don't get mad simply cus @mreazi said naija soundz are influenced by Ghanaian style— Juliet Ibrahim (@julietibrahim) January 12, 2017
Reactions from Twitter users:
Nigerians taking Mr Eazi back to Ghana pic.twitter.com/bLuUPmRvYD— COMEDY Junk (@HappyLeozy) January 12, 2017
Good morning to everyone except Mr Eazi. Mr Eazi can go and collect his good morning from Ghanaians 😡😡— Shuperu (@KoleWerrk) January 12, 2017
I think we are Mr Eazi's side chic. And Ghana is the main chic.— Dr Hot Stuff 👑 (@Ms_Dashy) January 12, 2017
Men are scum
Who's more relevant in the Nigerian music industry today?— BILLION (@BillionTwiTs) January 12, 2017
RT for hand fan, Fav for Mr Eazi pic.twitter.com/AtnkxyqAF0
Now with what Mr.Eazi said I think Nigerians will appreciate YCEE more— #11 (@damilare_11) January 12, 2017
What Mr. Eazi has done is exactly why Nigerians should stop overrating average artistes.— General Sani Abacha (@VillageParrot) January 12, 2017
Wait first. Are both your parents Nigerian? Because Mr Eazi has taught us a lesson. https://t.co/Z0bvRyx8J8— Andy Obuoforibo (@andyRoidO) January 12, 2017
Mr Eazi is just playing smart, trying to win the hearts of Nigerians without Losing his Ghanaian fans and Vice versa— Alli OG (@Onflood_) January 12, 2017
From Mr Eazi to Mr Miserable,Mr Ode,Mr Shut Up,Mr Go Back to Ghana,Mr Unfortunate,Mr Mumu. Dont say Things that will Make Ur Eazi life Hard.— JAGABAN (@UNCLE_AJALA) January 12, 2017
Mr Eazi right now pic.twitter.com/TChHvHxBgV— ama_K👑NG😉 (@iam_odion_) January 12, 2017
Mr eazi just proved Sugarbelly has a rival in stupidity.— Witty_Wicked_Wizard (@iam_oyebode) January 12, 2017
Mr eazi is just being ungreatful https://t.co/7MZVFpzvdR— T❤️pshay (@mz_topshay) January 12, 2017
Mr Eazi has pissed pff Nigerians. Even if he wants to praise another country, Defo not Ghana to Nigerians. My man needs to apologise asap.— .... (@OchukoMarv) January 12, 2017
Without Wizkid there would be no Mr Eazi..... You better respect your heritage and origin.— Watch What You Say (@dejinious) January 12, 2017
Mr eazi go soon return to his lacasera business. The bastard is yet to release a album and he done dey feel himself— TAORIOX RULES (@a_taoriox) January 12, 2017
Last last...mr Eazi has itchy fingers on twitter.... That's how he was comparing iPhone to tecno after winning headies...— oluwapelumi (@floochowsky) January 12, 2017
But, we still need your opinion. Does Ghana sounds really have influence over Nigerian sounds? Drop your comments please.*Mr Eazi's Next Show in 9ja*— Alao Issa (@OfficialDihalao) January 12, 2017
Mr Eazi: When I say LifeIsEazi you say ZAGADAT.
Mr Eazi: LIFE IS EAZI