Boycott Nigerian Music – Huddah Monroe

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Huddah said in a post on her Instagram story that Nigerian artists will not support any African artist’s music, unless the song is a collaboration between one of them and another African artist.

She went ahead to say that other African artists have to part with a lot of money, for the collaborations and that other African countries should stop playing Nigerian music completely.

“Nigerians don’t even listen and support other African artists’ music unless it’s collaboration which artists from other countries pay so much for them to be in their songs. We the rest of Africa should just boycott. Be your brother’s keeper!” read Huddah’s Instagram post.

Huddah recently revealed that she has now fully ventured into business with the launch of her new brand Rebel Apparel 2018 that deals with branded merchandise from foot wear to head wear and also back packs.

She lashed out at men who fill her inbox with messages of paying any amount of money to sleep with her.

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