All Yahoo Boys Are Still Being Cheated By The Whites – Seun Kuti

Popular Afrobeat musician, Seun Kuti has also taken to Twitter to give his own take about the trending discussion on Yahoo Boys.

The debate and discussions which erupted after men of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) raided Club 57 in Lagos and arrested about 12 suspected internet fraudsters.

The debate about this issue which became viral after Nobel Igwe, a fashion enthusiast reacted by calling Yahoo boys fraudsters who are armed with laptops.

His opinion has since drawn criticism from other people including Seun Kuti who took to calling yahoo boys fools.

According to him, it is stupid of them to scam a white man and still end up spending the money on materials made by the same white man.

Seun Kuti wrote on Twitter;

”Wetin yahoo boy dey take money do? No be to buy expensive white man things? Lol. If they weren’t busy buying White man drink but building their communities maybe just maybe, I will see dem but I don’t.

Steal white mans money and the only way u can express that wealth is too seek validation by consuming the most expensive white man things and u say u are a Gee? All Yahoo boys are Mugus for whitey still, dem be learner. Wait that 100k u used 3 months to set the job how long did it take Gucci to collect it back?

MUGU. Until we can express our success outside of white validation thru their brands and luxury items of status and class, U STILL BE MUGU.”

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Igbo Still Dey Everywhere, Codeine Ban Can’t Affect Supply – Seun Kuti Says

Seun Kuti, Afrobeat musician, and Son of the late Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, has reacted to the ban of codeine by the government. He revealed that the ban that has just been imposed on the importation of codeine, an addictive ingredient in cough syrup will not be effective.

Seun Kuti, who is an award-winning Afrobeat musician said this via his Twitter handle in reaction to the ban on the production of codeine-containing syrups in Nigeria. According to him, the ban would not only be ineffective but will only help drug dealers to make more money out of the new development.

He also revealed while taking a cue from the ban on marijuana popularly know as Igbo on the street that despite that fact that Igbo is a banned product, one can still find it everywhere.

In his tweet, he wrote,

“Igbo (marijuana) has been banned since forever (unjustly) but e still dey everywhere. The reactionary ban of Codeine by the FG only means drug dealers will make more money from it. It can’t affect supply. #Bigpharma”.

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‘Black Times’ Is A Reflection Of My Political And Social Beliefs – Seun Kuti Reveals

Seun Kuti has revealed that his new album, “Black Times,” is a reflection of his political and social beliefs. The new album features award-winning Mexican-American guitarist – Carlos Santana, Yasiin Bey and Nai Palm.

The Afrobeat singer unveiled “Black Times,” which is his 5th studio album at a private listening party on Thursday, 26th of April at the Fela Museum in Ikeja, Lagos.

According to him “Black Times is a true reflection of my political and social beliefs. It is also dear to my heart because for the first time ever I wanted to own my masters, so I personally invested my funds in it. That gave me the opportunity to say the things I wanted to say.”

Seun Kuti who happens to be the youngest son of legendary musician Fela Kuti, participated actively in the Occupy Nigeria protests against fuel subsidy removal policy of President Goodluck Jonathan in Nigeria.

Speaking further he reavelaled that,

“More than ever I am convinced of the mission and purpose of our music. Here I am giving honour to my parents and to every revolutionary who has made a difference, many of them from before I was born.”

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