Lil Kesh has reacted to the ongoing outrageous debate on social media with respect to his latest single ‘Logo Benz’ with former record label CEO, Olamide, where the glorification of money rituals was the subject of the lyrics.
The singer (real name: Keshinro Ololade) and Olamide have come under fire for releasing the new song with provocative lyrics that promote money rituals.
“If money no enter I go do blood money”, a line which means ‘I’ll do blood money if I’m broke’, has drawn the ire of many who have called for the boycott of the duo’s songs and concerts.
However, social media users slammed the rappers for what they call mockery of alleged victims of money rituals and glorifying the act.
See tweets below:
Lil Kesh however reacted to all the accusations in the comment section of a post on Instablog9ja.
See reaction below: