"Stop Playing Nigerian Songs In Our Country" - Ghanaian Actor, Fuse ODG Begs Ghanaian DJ's

8 months ago by: success Xenab
-- (m) at 22-11-2019 10:21PM

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Ghanian act Fuse ODG has taken to social media to beg the DJ’s in his country to limit the way at which they play Nigerian songs.

Fuse took to his Twitter handle to beg the other Ghanaian DJ to limit the way they play Nigerian songs at events and outings they cater for, advising that they play more local songs.

His post read that DJ’s should promote more of the underground acts the country has as if Nigerians had the same opportunity they have, everyone knows what will happen.




-- fineboy77 (m) at 23-11-2019 12:42AM
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Na hate go kii una

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-- Abogado (m) at 23-11-2019 02:33AM
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Who God bless no one can curse
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-- sheffy1981 (m) at 23-11-2019 04:32AM
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Typical Ghanaian man is filled with jealousy especially towards Nigerians, I stopped phyuking with any Ghanaian years ago, most of them are hateful towards their brothers.
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-- davi (m) at 23-11-2019 04:53AM
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BCS NO BODY DEY LISTING TO YOUR OWN DIRTY SONG RITE
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-- Psalmbes (m) at 23-11-2019 07:54AM
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GHANAIANS TOO DEY JEALOUS NIGERIA WHEN IT COMES TO MUSIC!
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-- airboy02 (m) at 23-11-2019 09:35AM
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idiot
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-- Henrybobo (m) at 23-11-2019 09:41AM
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Foolish guy.. and people actually like this fool here in Nigeria
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-- Makodama (m) at 23-11-2019 03:41PM
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Oh!So the "sibling rivalry" between Nigeria and Ghana has extended to music again?Charlie,let it remain in football.
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-- Makodama (m) at 23-11-2019 06:11PM
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Oh!So the "sibling rivalry" between Nigeria and Ghana has extended to music again?Charlie,let it remain in football O!
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