Media personality and podcast host, Nedu has gotten many talking as he spoke about the dark side of the music industry.
In wake of young Nigerian singer, Mohbad’s death and the controversies surrounding it, Nedu said the music industry is very dark.
He noted how he has been in the entertainment industry as a radio presenter for over 13 years and has observed the rise and fall of Nigerian music artists.
The popular OAP stressed that the music industry is very dark and went ahead to speak on how everyone in the music industry wants to be famous.
He further explained that fame is temporary and that upcoming artists who get fame should properly utilize the opportunity.
Using Mohbad’s death as a case study, he advised upcoming artists to do something worthwhile and stop seeking validation.
Reacting to it, many referred to how Kizz Daniel has been on his lane since parting ways with his record label.
One Susylicious Hawt wrote, “Just be like Kizz Daniel, isolate yourself from other musicians
One Seun Dreams wrote, “We all need to know how. Kizz Daniel managed to survive this with the cabals & stood on his own as a man mopol
One Poshest Hope wrote, “Where’s the lie? Dear up-and-coming artists, kindly look before you leap. Don’t hurriedly join a cult in the name of record label o
One Essence wrote, “Nedu knows and has a lot to say but it is well. Like he said!!
Show promoter, Paul Okoye while mourning Mohbad, revealed how the singer opened up on his fears, harassment, and depression.
He noted how despite it all, he remained resilient, and full of life, unfortunately, his shining light had been cut short.
In the wake of his death, actress, Wumi Toriola spoke out on the detriment of godfatherism in the entertainment industry.
She noted how any deadly mistakes can lead to the death of anyone who has a godfather or godmother, and how such people block intending helpers for their godsons/daughters, cancel their opportunities, breed more hate for them, and lots more.
Also, Popular comedian, Oghenekowhoyan Onaibe Desmond also known as Destalker, had recounted how some colleagues struck his name over godfatherism.
The 39-year-old stated that his growth in the industry was being hindered by many people over anti-fatherism attitude.
Mentioning names, he said his name had been struck out in several ways in the past with some prospective sponsors referencing senior colleagues.