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Monday, 15 January 2018

Why I Want NBC To Sanction The Song ‘’Mama’’ By Singer Mayorkun

Endy Edeson & Singer Mayorkun
The editor of Edeson Online News, Mr. Endy Edeson is not pleased with the rate songs containing vulgar languages are being aired on radio stations. Edeson wants National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to look into this matter and do the needful.

According to him:

I am a big fan of Mayorkun and I like the song ‘’mama’’ but I don’t like the ‘‘Thunder fire the person Wey say I no go love you’’ part of the song. It was because of that part of the lyrics I didn’t bother to download the song but because I listen to radio a lot, it is unavoidable for me not to listen to it as all radio stations in Lagos even put it on replay.

It baffles me that radio stations in Lagos State / Nigeria play this song without editing out that part of the song. If “Thunder Fire You’’ is not yet a vulgar language it should be included ASAP. The media shouldn’t stress on only the ‘F’ word but should also block other abusive and derogatory statements.

I am not calling for outright banning of the song but it should have a radio/TV version or mass media version. This applies to other songs which contains vulgar words that are not ‘F’ word.

Guys, that is my viewpoint, what do you think?
Which other vulgar words you noticed on any song?

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Endy Edeson

@Fashoro & Patra: I understand your angle but you have to understand that kids listen to radio and watch TV, 'vulgar' languages like ''Thunder Fire You'' isn't good for them to hear all the time. Little things like this we overlook have great impact in the society. Of course, I love Mayorkun, I am just concerned about the use of these vulgar languages.

Olamilekan Daprince

well said🔥🔥🔥

Endy Edeson

@Daprince: Thanks for the affirmation.
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Innocent Osuji

I think the NBC should take note of this and take serious measure on it. Good observation from Oga Eddy.

Kaycee Vincent Maduka

When u pay less attention to small fires they'll becum wildfires in the future. Pple nid to understand that our upcoming kids are fast learners and thus the need to control contents with derogatory terms. God help us.

Endy Edeson

@Vincent: You are on point. People do what they constantly hear or watch so it is important to hear the right things

Olayemi Fathybaba

Wen u here OSHA PRA PRAit means it mak sense wel 4me I concur wit u bt my broda let say d fact dat Is wat we youth of now a days love 2here ooo if he no but dat Swear youth on d Street wuld nt love d song dat der selling point oo. My broda jst tak a look at dat WO song by olamide 4me it has no meaning bt d beat nd some of d harsh lyrics he use made d song 2b an hit. So der notin d NBC can do abt it bcoz day re really trying der best to put an end 2all diz song dat re not ear worthy bt d more day try 2stop it d more d vulgar songs dat is being released nd whereby if dose artist do nt put some slang in der must many youth won't buy or even hear it, dat d generation we are nw GOD shuld jst av MERCY on us all🙌🙌

Endy Edeson

@Olayemi: Well said, but there is still need to continue the CALL to END vulgar languages

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