Singer Falz has been condemned by a Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) for allegedly promoting negative stereotypes against Muslims, Chibok Girls and Fulani in his video “This is Nigeria”.
The group gave Falz 7 days to withdraw the video. Below are some advice and reactions;
The funniest thing about this Falz X MURIC facade is that he attacked the Church more in the track and CAN didn't raise any eyebrow. NIGERIANS can we think about NIGERIA now. If NIGERIA is better you will even serve your God better.
— Dream_chaser (@god_cadillac) June 5, 2018
The Muslims might not be the ones canvassing for the withdrawal of that video, it's political, they are angry someone spoke out, it happened to Fela, they are using religion to pursue Falz this time. #ThisIsNigeria
— MrJugo (@Jeromeikeh) June 5, 2018
Falz wey be lawyer , he got it on Padlocks
— DREMO 🔥🐉 (@Dremodrizzy) June 5, 2018
I give MURIC 7 hours to withdraw their threat against Falz or we ask Falz for a remix
— YOUR NEXT BOYFRIEND and 15 others (@playtoomush) June 5, 2018
Falz did the country good! He addressed REAL issues! He was brave enough to do something that people more powerful than he is are even too afraid to do. Now instead of us to applaud that & even be appreciative, some are sat there trynna sue!? Don't make me tired of Nigeria, pls.
— Ric Hassani (@RicHassani) June 5, 2018
I am a Muslim…Allahmdulillahi… I think at this point these people are taking things too serious…Why are we diverting frm the messages passed in the said video? That video isn't an hate video, it's a video exposing a sad truth. I stand with God, Islam & Falz. #ThisIsNigeria
— Aisha Ahmed Ibrahim (@Eeshadivapink1) June 5, 2018
If falz allow those bullies to get to him and mistakenly take down the video because of their claims I’ll personally sue falz myself and i don’t even have money 😒
illiterate elders #ThisIsNigeria
— MOELOGO #TheBaddestEP (@moelogo) June 5, 2018