See why NBC banned Olamide’s ‘Don’t Stop’

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YBNL Boss Olamide
YBNL Boss Olamide
YBNL Boss Olamide

This right here is one reason why I’d always be an advocate for gospel music. Just taking a look at the lyrics some artistses put out these days, the only content that is wholesome and edifying is gospel music. The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has again banned another song by the ring leader of YBNL, Olamide for vulgar content, declaring it not fit for broadcast.

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The song titled ‘Don’t Stop’ is off Olamide’s “Eyan Mayweather” album and was banned due to excessive sexual innuendos.

Some lines in the song, according to the NBC, contravene section 3.6.1 of the Nigeria Broadcasting Code.

They include the following:

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“I just wanna hit it now now now
Je kin wo be (let me enter the place )
don’t stop, take it
Oun tami oun ro mi (its ‘peppering’ me, it’s paining me – phrases used my some yoruba women during coitus)
It took your mama 9 months to make it
wa gba ponron (meaning: come and take d**k)
The NBC made the instructions clear via a circular to all radio stations in the country. Here’s a copy of the circular:
Circular from the NBC banning the song
Circular from the NBC banning the song

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