September 16 2023

This guy leaked dark secrets of Nigeria’s music industry after Mohbad died

A guy exposed the dark secrets of Nigeria's music industry following the death of Mohbad even as many other Nigerians joined to expose what they believe had been privy to the industry

Many Nigerians have begun to expose secrets they claim to be privy to, about the music industry, following the death of Mohbad.

One of them is X user, @ustinangelo, who took to the social media platform to share his journey as an upcoming musician.

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In his tweet he said:

“The music Industry is dark. Back in 2015 at mafoloku in Oshodi, after recording my first song, a group of guys took me to some Ogas (won’t mention names). They gave me the following conditions;

  1. start smoking
  2. Must be at night clubs 24/7
  3. Join the brotherhood and serve for 6 months
  4. Find one Alfa or Cele pastor to be working for me.
  5. Be loyal to one gay Oga like that
  6. Diss a popular artist regularly.”

He concluded by saying he refused to join, and instead tried to do it on his own but since nothing worked, he had to quit out of frustration.

Many Nigerians on the X platform have agreed with him, with some of them also contributing secrets many of them believe are present in the Nigerian scene, especially the music industry.

Some reactions below:

@aynigeria said: These conditions are sick and old skool 😂

@Thattruthtella said: Must we sing circular songs? Tbt the music industry is dark & that means you’d have to be very familiar with the system (house) to be able to move in the dark. I ventured into rapping in 2008, lost some1 dear to me immediately I dropped my first single. Story 4 another day.

@Enjay_L said: If you cannot mention names then you are lying 🤥

@Marj_1 said: my late coz during his initial foray into modelling, told me how in one of those events in lekki how he was told about the gay requirement. He declined but had hopes regardless.

@MichaelSmiths2 said: Omo u don mean it 😳 God 🤦

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Posted September 16, 2023 by Jude Ogbonna in category "Celebrities

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