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Nigerian music legend and activist Onyeka Onwenu in a recent chat with Hip TV revealed her disappointment at the manner ladies portray themselves in music videos today. The singer expressed her disdain at the manner at which ladies today allow themselves to be paraded on TV in sultry apparels. She however expressed hope that as today’s artistes grow older, they will experience a change which will transform their lifestyle and their music.

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I hate what women are doing to themselves – Onyeka Onwenu.

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7 Comments

  1. MIKE WELL

    June 3, 2017 at 6:02 am

    THANKS GOD, THE ALMIGHTY HEAVEN! THIS IS HAPPENING!

    Absolutely tasteless, desparate, disgusting and degrading depiction on africa women. It was sooooo abhorrently tasteless, absolutely disgusting, most of the time the song has nothing to do with the visuals. It could even be an Educational song, but what do you always end up with in music videos ?!?!?! BOOTY BUTT CHICKS and some African lady prouncing her naked thighs all over your Tv screen.

    Artist like Davido, with his wealth to make a video for every song have been in the absolute fore front of spreading this trend. Great Music real realy great music but i was just waiting for the day an african woman would be forced to reveal her genitelia right in the middle of my Tv screen while i was eating, to a Gospel music video add that! @ Which point I would have said, ‘We have arrived Africa!’

    Right back into the mud (they) were so desparately trying to take us ‘out’ Of!

    The same restriction should be extended to Nollywood also, currently the greatest producer of all Softcore pornographic African videos on the net , it’s lewd, its lame, its tasteless and its dizgusting!

  2. MIKE WELL

    June 3, 2017 at 7:54 am

    THE THING WITH NIGERIAN MUSIC IT CAN ONLY BE MADE BY NIGERIANS! Even the greatest artist on the continent, Senagalese AKON! Cant make the kind of spiritual music Davido can make.

    Its almost like you have to be a Nigerian to make that sort of music. That alone should inspire conversation amongst our African educated minds that lasts from today till tommorow! (Deepending on when u actualy read this!)

    To me it undoughtedly brands Nigerians as the ‘monks of Africa!’ Even if Nigerian duznt look like “Burma” or “Shang-hai”

    FOR ME NIGERIAN MUSIC IS PRECIOUS BECAUSE:

    It brings back culture for the fat nosed black person –

    It puts style and flavour back into Africa. Makes everything old seem fresh again, and anything brand new seem ultra new!

    It Brings back History – our achievements and states energy it required to reach these optimum levels evolution. (Which from the sound of it; duznt sound like it was a JOKE, but lets leave dat for now)

    Only fat nosed black person seem to like it, everyone else it sounds like unbearable Jungle noise!

    Religion – reconstructs our way of life. which values the collective strength and protects the woman as the center piece of our unity. it also clearly draws clear contrast and boundaries with other religions and ways of life. It shows us that a muslim is where an african stops being a black person. and offers a perfect explanation to the spread of that sahara dessert. (NO SMALL MATTER!)

    It Gears us for War – alot of africans exist in a lame brain cacooned constructed herbivore mentality, that tommorow gonna fix today. I would dispair seeing these mentalites at war and it would be a sh*t hard job to train and prime them for African calliber War-Fare without the help of this school kind music, (I HOPE WE NEVER HAVE TO USE IT FOR THAT)

    But perhaps More importantly than all things -‘IT ARCHITECTS AN EMPIRE STATE OF MIND’ – by attracting all black people in the world to this sound, it forms a nation without borders.

    • Darius

      June 3, 2017 at 9:10 am

      @Mike Well, Simplicity is the best way to make yourself understood. Using high-sounding words will only obscure your message. Try not to be intellectual when you should be plain and simple.

    • Shalewa

      June 3, 2017 at 6:28 pm

      Wetin??????

    • Shalewa

      June 3, 2017 at 6:30 pm

      Wetin @ Mike???? Send Panadol money ooo

  3. MIKE WELL

    June 3, 2017 at 8:12 am

    ON A LAST NOTE: This Nigerian music dominating African airwaves, has to be restricted to indegiousnes otherwise it loose market. I cant name the list of prominent artist that destroyed their carreers for switching to commercial, 9ice, 2face, Jessie Jargz, the list is an endless bottom pit and the latest entry to contribute their name to that bottomles pit! is ‘WIZKID’

    And please Africans show compassion and understanding, an undertaking such as this that has been summoned for NIGERIANS is awesome, and i don’t mean that in a Gud way! Its a Job of cumulous proportion.

    Only the Nigerians understand the stress and the joint aches of this kind monumental task of Empire building. So if we are going to show support for our Culture, lets not do it from behind our keyboards only!

    Lets do it like we truly believe in what we are doing.

    Nigeria, Germany, Japan (Ethnic start-up points) e.t.c belong to the nations of (OSIRUS) (GOOGLE HIM)! Thats to say they are able to summon their strength and power from a ‘untouchable place.’ literary untouchable to most people. Nigerians are deathly bent on doing anything, its either make or death for them and (not many other African people can attest to this level of courage & determination). If they don’t obtain what they want they the most prone people to self destruction on the continent, it’s ruthlessly unbelievable!!! In this sense death is their close intimate associate! (THINK DEEPLY ABOUT DIS WORDS!) and u’ll realize there is no need to be frightened of this culture but a greater need to listen!

    SO if we are going to show support for them and belief in our team lets come out and really show it by getting behind them. And NO there is no such thing as a black muslim, U de Kid Urself, foolish peasant!

    My favorite song:
    G-Zone Danga – Simple

  4. Sam

    June 4, 2017 at 1:46 am

    Oh just sharrraapppp @Mike Well

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