NBC Bans Olamide’s ‘Don’t Stop’ From Airplay


New reports say that the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has restricted another work of rapper Olamide.

This time, his new monster hit single ‘Don’t Stop’ has been banned from the airwaves for having vulgar contents.

According to online reports, the phrases which contravene section 3.6.1 of the Nigeria Broadcasting Code, are:

“I just wanna hit it now now now

Je kin wo be ( meaning: let me enter the place )

don’t stop, take it

Oun tami oun ro mi ( a phrase used for the moaning sounds usually made by some females during intense sexual intercourse )

It took your mama 9 months to make it

wa gba ponron ( meaning: come and collect d*ck )”

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