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LGBTQ activist, Bisi Alimi, slams Nigerian music

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An advocate for the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-S*xual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community, Bisi Alimi has opined that 80% of Nigerian music are meaningless and toxic.

Bisi Alimi made this known on his Instagram stories on Saturday, December 4.

According to him, the remaining 20% of meaningful music do not interest Nigerians because they are not “emotionally intelligent to appreciate good music.”

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In his concluding paragraph, Alimi stated that ‘the spirit of Nollywood has entered the once enviable music industry.’

Read Alimi’s opinion about Nigerian music below.

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