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LET’S TALK!! Oneline And Offline Are 2 Different World FS News

T.’s always a need to remind ourselves that, online and what happens in real life are different and anything you do, just make sure you are not killed.

Controversial Nigerian singer, Azeez Adeshina Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley was seem on the streets of Lagos for a music video shoot.


The viral video posted, showed a diverse crowd, including men, women, kids, and young people, gathering around Naira Marley during the shoot. It seems his street credibility is still intact ????‍♂️.

Naira Marley recently released two music, “Wahala” and “OMO(On My Own“) and cancel culture didn’t really stop people from listening and streaming the song.


We’ve seen different rants online that Naira Marley is cancelled following the death of Mohbad and t. have been different evidence of bullying against Naira Marley before Mohbad‘s death which points to Naira as one of the main suspect in this case.

Despite allegations and cases surrounding Mohbad‘s death which until now, nobody knows w. the case is heading to, Naira Marley was captured smoking on a bus in the video and chilling with fans hailing him.


Someone on X formally Twitter, shared his thoughts, by saying Naira Marley‘s support is still intact and that, “Offline is not a real world“.

Watch this video below:-

If Naira Marley can move about like this, can we say we will indeed get justice for Mohbad?

Nigerians have ranteds online that, Naira Marley and Marlian music is cancelled forever, that “Naira Marley should never step his foot outside”. We have to tell ourselves the truth, it is easy to say anything online and the real world is out ..


Guys, tell us ????????

Is Náira Marley Truly Cancelled Or We Are Just Deceiving Ourselves?

Let’s hear from you.


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