A guy has requested that artist Asake remove the popular song’s music video, “Bandana,” which appeared to have been shot in a church, on social media.
Furious, he gave the singer 24 hours to complete the deletion.
In a viral video, a man calls out the well-known vocalist Asake and demands that he immediately remove the music video for “Bandana.”
By pointing out that the video was made in a church, he criticized it. In addition, he declared that Asake had violated Christian beliefs by entering the church with goats.
The man who claimed to be speaking on behalf of Christians berated the music clip and urged Asake to take immediate action.
Watch the video below:
In reality, Fireboy, who merely featured Asake, is the owner of the song, so the outraged man seems to be directing his resentment in the wrong direction.
ne @paulagram__ wrote:
“Islam is peace, lsam is peace ,is this the peace ???? Muslims are acting violent on a mere video but always claiming peace ??? Y’all are pathetic . Religion is scam in Africa.”
majesty_daeze wrote: “One thing I love about God is that ,he over look our sins and still love us unconditionally despite our sins, that why no other god can stand our God. God is too generous abeg ❤️,he doesn’t judge. God fight for us,we don’t fight for him,our God too much abeg🤭. Kiss my comment if you are a lover of Christ our personal saviour 🙏.”
trina_joness wrote: “We should burn his picture too the way they were burning Davido picture in the north 😂😂”
After Muslims attacked Davido for promoting the brand-new music video of his signee, Logos Olori, the man made the brazen request.
In the music video for Olori’s most recent song, “Jayelo,” Muslims were shown praying on mats while Logos Olori could be heard singing from atop a building. Soon after, the guys wearing white began dancing.
Muslims were outraged by the video, and Davido eventually gave in to pressure and removed it.