There has been many talks about Nigerian artistes doing songs glorifying drugs and thereby encouraging drug abuse in the society.
Many of our Nigerian artistes have resorted to weed taking (marijuana) as a form of inspiration while some just do it for fun.
Below is a List of Top 5 Nigerian Artistes who are Top Notch Weed Smokers in Nigeria Music Industry:
5. Naira Marley
Here is a new OG in the game of weed as he is been known by many for taking weed daily and can’t leave without it
Naira Marley – If you have listened to the Fotifoyin by Rexxie, you would hear Zlatan describing Naira Marley as “Naira Marley, Igbo Labi“. Which literally means he has been smoking weed from birth.
The YBNL boss is another big fan of Weed. He’s been attacked so many times for some his songs that seemed to be glorifying drugs. Apparently, baddo has been inspired many times by weed.
Yea! some element of “weedspiration” can be noticed on songs like “Wo“, “Science Student“, “Update” and lots more. Someone that can prepare an album of over 10 tracks in 48 hours, if not “weed” what else do you think gives him that drive? Olamide takes cigarette and igbo when he needs to gather inspiration.
Starboy Records boss, Wizkid is a certified weed addict as he has been spotted many times smoking hard.
Wizkid is one of the Nigerian artiste that find it easy to show his smoking habits to the general public as he has posted lots of pictures of himself smoking in studio session and off recording. The singer allegedly had smoking health issues due to his excessive smoking habit, he had to even cancel shows at a point as his doctors advice.
The DMW boss who is one of Nigeria’s biggest music export has been classified as the baddest as he no longer hides his smoking side ,even on social media as he sees nothing wrong in smoking even in the public. Davido is one artiste that does whatever he likes at any point, Lighter and wrap is an easy access for the pop star.
The question of whether or not Davido is a “Science student” first sprang up when his voice began to sound froggy. At some point the singer started showing off his smoking lifestyle on social media, afterall he is O.B.O.
1. Burna Boy
This particular one doesn’t bother to hide his smoking habits as he even sings it in his songs, he even had a song which he titled “Smoke Some Weed” which is a strong proof of his love for weed. Round the clock, every single day, Burna keeps burning the weed.
In one of his most popular songs Streets of Africa his most repeated line is that is why i smoke even on his last video ‘Ye’ he got weed all over which many has concluded that Burna Boy gets his inspiration from weed (Marijuana) as he has even associated himself with Fela.
For Burna Boy, weed is life and probably his only source of inspiration. The singer doesn’t joke with his blaze. Just as his name implies, the Dancehall singer according to reports can never go a day without his weed.
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