Azeez Fashola, Nigerian singer better known as Naira Marley, has premiered the official video for his controversial 2019 single dubbed ‘Am I a Yahoo Boy’.

Directed by TG Omori, the video is coming after the singer made supportive comments about internet fraudsters; where he said that “they are crucial to the circulation of money in the economy”.

In the video, Naira Marley is portrayed as a wanted man who might be living off ill-gotten wealth and splurges on parties and bevies of offensively-dressed ladies.

On his eventual apprehension by security operatives, the singer defensively asks if internet fraud is written on his forehead.

“See me see trouble (Marlians)
See me see trouble, aii
I have a question
Am I a yahoo boy?
Ibile
Yo Rexxie pon this one
Kapaichumarimarichopaco
Jomo,” starts the intro.

Watch the video below.

Ever since Naira Marley made his outrageous comments about internet fraud, a flurry of condemnatory opinions had trailed the singer from fellow artistes and fans alike.

Noteworthy is that of Ruggedman, a renowned Nigerian rapper, with whom Marley has been exchanging verbal missiles lately. The development prompted Davido to urge the duo to settle their differences.



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