Popular Nigerian social media personality Solomon Buchi has challenged iconic music producer and modern Nigerian music pioneer Don Jazzy to use the same energy he uses to promote lustful TikTok videos of young Nigerian girls, to sensitize and encourage youths to participate in elections.
Buchi initially shared his views on Twitter and later took them to Instagram. The activity on his social media walls shows he’s been heavily invested in the 2023 General Election and is a backer of the Obedient movement, which wants Peter Obi of the LP to emerge winner of the presidential election.
“I like Don Jazzy’s personality and what he’s done in the Nigerian secular music space. However, how are you so swift to promote young girls on IG displaying their bodies, always shaking bum and boobs. But not same energy towards the elections,” wrote the Buchi.
He continued, “I’m not saying you must support PO, but at least ginger the youths, the same way you promote young girls that have lost shame on Instagram. It’s exasperating to see us major on minors and minor on majors.“
Buchi added, “I am saying, sensitize young people to take political involvement as much as they do with doing rubbish on Tiktok. As a social critic, I see how important it is for culture shapers/influencers to encourage the masses. It boosts morale. Influence should not be wasted.”
Don Jazzy joins a growing list of celebrities to be criticized for either not going public with their views on the highly-anticipated 2023 election or for whom they support. Burna Boy, Wizkid, Brymo, Mr P, Toyin Abraham, Joke Silva, and Funke Akindele are some of the stars who have made the headlines recently in that regard.
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