• Mon. May 20th, 2024

Stanley Enow clarifies his stance on Nigerian music after backlash

Nigerian DJ neptune attack stanley enow for saying cameroonians should stop playing nigerian music for hours and hours

A video clip from January 2021, where Stanley Enow asked a DJ to “stop playing Nigerian music in parties for hours, and hours and hours” has resurfaced online and sparked controversy among Nigerian music fans and artists.

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The video was shared by Adesope, a popular podcast host, who compiled some segments from the “Freaky Table” show that portrayed Stanley Enow as an anti-Nigerian music advocate. Adesope questioned why Stanley Enow would make such a statement, considering the support he has received from Nigerians in the past.

DJ Neptune, who collaborated with Stanley Enow on a song, also expressed his disappointment and called him out for being ungrateful.

However, Stanley Enow has responded to the criticism and explained that he was not against Nigerian music, but rather promoting the protection of local music in Cameroon. He said he loves Nigeria and its music, and that he was raised with Igbo people. He also revealed that he plans to get married in Nigeria after his period of grief.

He assured his Nigerian friends and collaborators, such as Skales and Teddy A, that he has mutual love and respect for them. He also mentioned that his latest hit single was produced, mixed and mastered by a Nigerian, and that he has more projects in the works with him.

He concluded by saying that he feels safe in Akwa Ibom, and that he hopes his Nigerian brothers feel the same in Mamfe.

What do you think of his explanation? Do you accept his apology? Let us know in the comments below.


Mbiydze is a web and graphic designer, digital marketer, and founder of a group of companies including CHEETAH CAMEROON, MBIYDZELA DIGITAL and PULSEBEAT ENTERTAINMENT  He is an ambitious entrepreneur with experience in various fields.
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