Alibaba Warns Aspiring Artists About Engaging In Occult Practices

In my view, there are certain things you should never do, and you must stand firm on that.

Alibaba Warns Aspiring Artists About Engaging In Occult Practices-TSZ Naija
Alibaba Warns Aspiring Artists About Engaging In Occult Practices

The stand-up comedian Akunyota Akpobome, often known as Alibaba, has claimed that aspiring artists frequently use occult methods to obtain record label contracts.

In an interview with Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Friday, he made this claim and implied that such actions make young artists more vulnerable.

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Alibaba cautioned individuals pursuing careers in the music industry, emphasizing the importance of defining their purpose and adhering to the values they were raised with.

His comments were made in the midst of public outrage over the alleged mistreatment suffered by the late Nigerian singer Ilerioluwa Olademeji, known as Mohbad.

He expressed, “In my view, there are certain things you should never do, and you must stand firm on that. The same applies to some of these artists – some of them are involved in rituals now.”

Alibaba further stressed that as an artist, one should identify their purpose and maintain steadfast commitment to the core values instilled in them. He pointed out that creative individuals should not succumb to the pressure of signing contracts or taking oaths in order to be successful.

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According to Alibaba, the intense desire for fame and success often leads some artists to compromise their principles, succumbing to peer pressure.

He noted, “People are eager to become famous; they want to succeed, they want to be heard, they want to make money, they want to belong. Consequently, they deviate from the values they were brought up with and engage in behaviors they shouldn’t.”

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