– Baddy Oosha slammed for conducting himself inappropriately on Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond’s Gospel Music Live show
Nigerians love to keep the sacred as sacred. This is why when rising Nigerian artiste Baddy Oosha conducted himself inappropriately on Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond’s Gospel Music Live show, they quickly called him out.
Akeem Badmus popularly known as Baddy Oosha was one of those Instagram users who viewed the Gospel Music Live show hosted by gospel music ministers Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond on Verzuz TV.
The show was in relation to the murder of black men in the United States and the resulting protests. The theme of the Instagram Live show was “The healing”, aimed at healing people of the hurt and pain the police brutality has caused.
People left comments related to the show. However, Baddy Oosha went there to request that they play him songs by Olamide, Reminisce, Small Doctor and Naira Marley… probably just clowning, but that was the wrong moment.
Nigerians screenshot his comment and took it to Twitter where he was called out for his action which was uncalled for at a moment when the world is being sensitive to the last week murder of George Floyd and other black men who had been a victim of white supremacy.
Some of the comments were hash and quite unprintable, but see the mild comments below:
Gospel music live baddyosha be doing the most pic.twitter.com/oko8fc7eKs
— Mayor Of Jalingo 👑 (@Alhaji_Spice) May 31, 2020
Baddyoosha is on a Kirk Franklin vs Fred Hammond live asking for Olamide, Naira Marley and reminisce to be played…
Not disappointed, not surprised
— Le vrai Roi (@Jhornne01) May 31, 2020
Look at baddyoosha on a gospel music live 🤡🤡 pic.twitter.com/sp2KSSDijx
— John Femi (@johnfemii) May 31, 2020
Why did baddyoosha comment this what a silly donny 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/F9pAfYgVf0
— pink. (@pinkoflagos) May 31, 2020
…And these are just the good remarks…
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