- Do2dtun described the new development as quite strange and bizarre.
- He stated that despite the artists and their genre being homegrown, they now place their booking fees in the United States Dollar, including events in Nigeria.
Popular Nigerian on-air personality Do2dtun recently expressed his dissatisfaction with Nigerian artists demanding payment in foreign currencies for performances within their own country.
The OAP took to social media to voice his frustration, highlighting the increasing trend of local talents opting to receive payment in dollars.
He claimed that even though the musicians and their genre are native to the country, booking payments are now expressed in US dollars, even for performances in Nigeria.
Do2dtun called the recent development a “bizarre and unusual development.”
Taking to his X handle, Do2dtun wrote:
“This Afrobeat we all built together, na Una go use Una hands spoil am. You now charge your own people in dollars. Forget to unlock the togetherness the genre gives you and your people. Quite strange and bizarre.”
In another story,OAP Do2dtun poses pertinent questions to condemners of celibacy between engaged couples
The hype man took to Twitter to ask why the things the Bible and our parents taught about morality are now being considered “bad”.
His statement comes after Actor Alex Ekubo's sexuality came under question after his former fiancée, Fancy Acholonu said he refused to touch her for the 5 years they dated. Do2dtun tweeted:
“The laws in the Bible are different from your opinion.
The last I checked, sex before marriage was discouraged to make relationships sacred, resolute & Godly.
When did it become wrong not to have it before marriage? Haven't you all seen now that everything we considered bad are now good and what was seen as good is now bad?
What I am simply saying is, they said “dont have sex before marriage because it's a sin”. The same way they said being a virgin before marriage is a good thing.
Counselors, The Bible, our parents told us. So why are these things now seen as bad when you don't do them?.”