It appears Nigerians didn’t leave banter and shade in 2016 because Mr Eazi has been the brunt of it all since he shared an interesting tweet about Ghanaian and Nigerian music on January 11.

According to him, Ghanaian music set the pace and heavily influenced Nigerian music.

And we’re all just here, like other Nigerians wondering where the influence is.

Nigerians came for him in droves.

And even threw shade at Ghana while at it.

How they dragged him all over Twitter:

Someone said he should still be a studio cleaner.

Perhaps his sold-out concert is making him carry his shoulders up.

Mr Eazi fans in Nigeria, after seeing his controversial tweet:

Instead of them to hype Terry Apala.

Instead of Mr Eazi to thank Nigerians for supporting his music.

After the yeye tweet, we’ll still kuku dance when he drops another dope song.

But for now, Mr Eazi is cancelled.

Finally, the moral of the story is:

Do you think Ghanaian music really influenced Nigerian sounds? Share your thoughts in the comments section.



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