Disputable Nigerian rapper Blaqbonez has made sense of why the music video for his new single, Back In Uni, does exclude a scene from Afrobeats whiz David Adeleke, better realized by his stage name Davido. On Wednesday, October 12, he delivered “Back In Uni,” to predominantly sure audits and disruptive reactions.
In the independent video Blaqbonez reproduced scenes from Wizkid’s “Terrible To Me,” Oxlade’s “Ku Lo Sa” Ruger’s “Sweetheart,” Ayra Starr’s “Rush,” Fireboy DML’s “Handkerchief” among others.
i love a good agenda but the truth is we had a Davido scene that we couldn’t achieve for a bunch of reasons.
Director Blaqbonez 100% respects 001 🖤 pic.twitter.com/4n6JkDwv7L
— Emeka The Stallion 🐎 (@BlaqBonez) October 13, 2022
Fans, in any case, addressed why he did exclude Davido in the midst of the expectation. While some suggested that the rapper left him out in light of the fact that he wasn’t adequately enormous, others asserted that he is too big to even consider being “derided” like different specialists in the video.
Blaqbonez answered by saying that in spite of the fact that he concurs with them, there was a Davido second he couldn’t pull off for a vague explanation, regardless of the way that he cherishes them. The “Haba Singer” expressed that he regards the DMW boss, whom he alluded to as “001,” without a doubt.
He shared a screen capture of the video brief on PDF and stated; “I love a decent plan however truly we had a Davido scene that we were unable to accomplish for a lot of reasons.
Chief Blaqbonez 100 percent regards 001 🖤” Review that the rapper just appeared the music video for his hit, “Back In Uni”? With his new music video for “Back In Uni,” Blaqbonez worked effectively of making a splash. Close by Perliks Nouvelle flicks, the independent music video is extraordinary and pleasant. Jae5 was the maker.
Blaqbonez mimics various Nigerian performers in the video, including Wizkid, BNXN, Convenient, Asake, Ayra Starr, and Ruger.
This has gotten predominantly great criticism from virtual entertainment clients.