– Rapper Naira Marley has taken to social media in reaction to a recent proposal to change the current name of Nigeria
– The music star, on his Twitter page, noted that he would like to sing the new national anthem for the proposed UAR
– Several fans and followers flooded the controversial rapper’s comment section with mixed reactions to his tweet
Indigenous rap star Naira Marley is wasting no time in shooting his shot following a recent proposal sent to the House of Representatives which is seeking a change of name for Nigeria.
The Soapy crooner joined several other Nigerians to react to the news on social media. He, however, seemed to be more concerned about making the most of the opportunity.
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In a post shared on his Twitter page, the rapper noted that he would like to sing the new national anthem for the proposed United African Republic (UAR).
See his tweet below:
The rapper’s post generated mixed reactions in his comment section. Read what some of his followers had to say below:
“UAR is coming, orgas*m shivering ohh. We dey borrow money from China we dey disguise our name make dem no sabi us ohhhh. UAR are you coming, we are coming are you coming we are coming.”
“Allow better artist with sense to sing it Biko, artist like davido will do better.”
“The 1st stanza of the new National Anthem is out already.”
“U kuku go take the 2nd stanza.”
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Some weeks ago, Legit.ng reported that the rapper advised people on the importance of knowing when to maintain silence.
Naira Marley in a post shared on his Twitter page stated that one’s mouth can keep them away from their blessings.
Marley went on to state that whatever is meant for one would eventually come.
“Your mouth can block ur blessings. Know when to shut it. What is meant for u, will reach you even if it is beneath two mountains. And what isn’t meant for you, won’t reach even if it is between your lips.”