Akeem Badmus popularly known as Baddy Oosha has been slammed by social media users for his conduct on Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond’s Gospel Music Live show.
Gospel singers Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond turned the latest ‘Verzuz’ battle into a much-needed healing session amid a painful week.
After the death of George Floyd and the nationwide protests that have followed, Franklin and Hammond — wearing coordinating “I Can’t Breathe” and “I Can’t Breathe Again” statement shirts — went live on Instagram with their uplifting music Sunday night (May 31) on Instagram. Franklin also left fans looking forward to his new music video, which he said will drop Monday.
Baddy Oosha was one of those Instagram users who viewed the show, and as people left comments related to the show, the Nigerian singer went there to request that they play him songs by Olamide, Small Doctor and Naira Marley.
Many people found this unacceptable, and called out the singer on Twitter.
See some reactions below;
@MissIgho: Meanwhile who saw that baddyosha’s irritating comment? Face with rolling eyes
@clairevouyant_: These irritants dunno when to stop
@OyediranAM: That was so annoying, he could play Olamide on his phone if he so badly wanted but had to disgrace his family like that.
Why are Nigerians ffs? pic.twitter.com/Zkb3hYn4iG
— Ikuku Malaysia 🧖🏾♀️ (@chefobubu) May 31, 2020
@tisleedeeya: Saw it too. A very silly person.