Fans Of Naira Marley and Mayourkun Argue Over Who Deserved The Best Street Hip-hop Song Award!
By Omniscient | self meida writer
Published 2 days ago - 0 views
The #14headiesaward has sparked a lot of reactions all over the internet with major artistes like Wizkid, Davido and Omahle, receiving different awards each in various music categories.
Although, many artistes were nominated for various awards, only the excellent ones actually recieved the prize they deserved.
Many Nigerians who their favorite musicians did not receive any award, expressed grief over the choices made in giving awards. This is seen in the case between Davido and Wizkid. A lot of people believe the 30 billion gang boss deserved to be awarded best artiste of the year. Yet, the prize went to Wizkid the music genius.
A Twitter user with the twitter handle Baller G, has challenged fans of Mayourkun and popular singer Naira Marley in a viral post today. He challenged them with the question:
Who deserves the award of Best Street Hip-hop song, is it Mafo by Naira Marley or Geng by Mayourkun?
Fans air their views. See screenshots below.
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