Naira Marley, Japa crooner, has been the center point of media consideration for quite a long time after he slammed fellow singer Simi after she and her husband, Adekunle Gold for openly opposing Advanced Fee Fraud (Yahoo).
This callout angered Naira Marley, an artiste who sings the praises of Yahoo boys in his songs, causing him to post an Instagram video with the caption, “If u know about slavery u go know say yahoo no b crime” and also said that she snubbed him at an event using his infamous line, “Am I A Yahoo Boy?”
Simi, on her own part said, “We are not friends, we are not enemies. I saw him coming, we did not make eyes contacts, he did not talk to me, I did not talk to him. It is funny because he didn’t do anything to me, he did not directly disrespect me.”
Since then, Naira Marley has become the poster boy for Nigerians who see nothing wrong with his statement. Only three days ago, he referred to Ruggedman as a “going down” artiste after the rapper said on Hip TV’s street programme, “Naira Marley is a fraudster and we are not supporting him.”
A few hours that Davido slammed him and described Ruggedman as a “legend.”
Just when it looked like he was putting everything in the backburner to celebrate his birthday today, the “Marry Juana” singer got what would be ranked as one of the biggest surprises of his life in recent times after the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) came knocking.