A UK-based Nigerian lady has called the attention of netizens to the alleged satanic symbolisms she noticed in the music video of a Nigerian song.
The woman, in a video making rounds on social media, raised alarm over the alleged satanic patterns and trends she has been seeing in Afrobeats music.
According to her, even though she doesn’t want to be an alarmist, she needs to point out the disturbing phenomenon in order to warn people to be wary of the contents they consume.
She proceeded to use the music video of popular Nigerian singers, Timaya and BNXN f.k.a Buju’s hit song “Cold Outside” to back her claim.
She pinpointed the alleged satanic pictures hidden in plain sight and asked netizens to share their thoughts on the “artworks”.
“We have to be careful what we are unconsciously putting into our subconscious,” she captioned the video.
Just recently, Nigerian singer, Stanley Omah Didia, popularly known as Omah Lay, also got people talking with the video for his song, ‘Soso’.
The 25-year-old artiste, who recently opened up on his battle with depression, dropped the music video for ‘Soso’ off his latest album ‘Boy Alone’ on Wednesday, December 1.
In the music video which has caused quite a stir on social media, Omah Lay is seen bowing down to a masquerade in different scenes, which gave the impression that he was engaged in Idol worship.
A part of the lyrics which says “Soso take my pain away” has also raised speculations that he was asking the masquerade, presumably called ‘Soso’, to take his pain away. Watch here