Logos Olori, a signee of Davido, has responded to a Nigerian man who spoke on behalf of Christians, demanding that his brother Asake remove the “Bandana” music video.
This response comes after Logos Olori’s controversial “Jaye Lo” music video caused a backlash against Davido, leading him to delete the video from his social media platforms.
In the “Jaye Lo” video, Logos Olori was seen on a building singing and making prayer gestures while Muslims below performed their solah and danced, which sparked displeasure among some Muslims.
A new video has emerged where a middle-aged Nigerian man, representing Christians, urges Asake, whose real name is Ahmed Ololade and is a Muslim, to remove his “Bandana” song’s video within 24 hours.
The “Bandana” music video by Fireboy features Asake wearing a Jesus pendant on his neck and singing in a church setting.
Reacting to the situation, Logos Olori expressed shock in the comment section of the Instagram blog, Gossip Mill. He emphasized that the matter has escalated more than it should have, and it seems to have deepened the tension surrounding the controversial videos.
In his response, Logos Olori wrote, “Omo,” signifying his astonishment and concern over the unfolding situation.
The controversy surrounding both music videos has sparked intense discussions and reactions from different religious communities, emphasizing the importance of promoting understanding and respect among diverse groups.