- Actor Ali Nuhu has weighed in on the trending issue about Davido’s signee, Logos Olori’s new music video.
- In a post on Instagram, Nuhu ordered Davido to take down the video and apologize to Muslims.
Nollywood actor, Ali Nuhu, has reacted to the controversial video of Davido’s signee, Logos Olori, which has sparked significant backlash.
The music video of Olori’s recent track titled, ‘Jayelo’ depicted Muslims praying on a mat while Logos Olori could be seen on top of a building singing, in no time, the men who donned white subsequently started dancing.
Taking to Instagram, Ali expressed his disapproval of the video, finding it completely unacceptable to his religion.
In his statement, Ali acknowledged that it is okay for entertainers to strive to be creative in their respective fields but emphasized the importance of respecting other people’s religions, cultures, and traditions in the process.
Ali Nuhu went on to demand that Davido take action by deleting the video and issuing an apology for hurting the entire Muslim ummah (community).
In his words:
“I just came across the controversial video posted by @davido, as much we want to be creative in our various fields we should learn to respect other people’s religion, culture and tradition. This is totally unacceptable in Islam. You should pull down that video and apologize for hurting the entire Muslim ummah.”
Nuhu’s post met a variety of reactions from netizens who supported him and those that bashed him.
One charles.k.ojukwu wrote: “All the movies you acted, was there no scene that contains Christian practices? You guys are enslaved by religion. Did you cancel them when they murdered Deborah at sokoto. I no kukuma dey enjoy your movie so no need cancelling what has no basis to be considered.”
sweetpea_mami wrote: “Why are you calling out Davido rather than your Muslim fellow that made the video. Even posting his picture and marking an X on it, you should be sued. Have some sense.”
grecious_grey wrote: “I am a Christian and I didn’t support the idea of the video talk more of making it. That’s another persons religion and should be respected.”
fati.mbulo wrote: “Respect daddy. Weldone .”