Monday, 28 January 2013

NBC Bans P-Square's 'Alingo' ...And Others

The Nigerian Broadcasting Commission recently released a list of music videos that have been banned from being aired or played. Reasons being suggestive and immoral dance steps, nude scenes, vulgar language and so on. See the list after the cut...

“Ma Roll” by Tillaman ft. Vector (contains suggestive and intimate dance steps)

“Go Low” by Wande Coal (contains nude scenes)

Take Banana” by D’Prince (contains vulgar, intimate and suggestive words and dance steps)

“Shake” by Flavour (contains suggestive and vulgar dance steps)

“Ski Bo Bo” by Goldie (features a minor, contains immoral and suggestive dance steps)

“Chop My Dollar” by Chuddy K (features children and ladies, contains intimate and suggestive dance steps)

“Shake Ur Bum Bum” by Timaya (contains intimate scenes, suggestive dance steps, and vulgar lyrics)

“Alingo” by P Square (contains intimate dance steps at the end of the video)

The irony is, these music videos have been released long enough to the LISTENING PLEASURE of the whole world before the ban. Lol

Plus, there was a story at a time that Wande Coal's 'Go Low' was banned by NBC NBC Bans Wande Coal's 'Go Low' . Later NBC said they didn't and they merely verbally advised...NBC Denies Banning Wande Coal's Music Video . Does it now mean they've decided on what to do now? Lol

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