Foluke Daramola, has written an open letter to Nigerian arties following the controversy over the purported ban place Olamide’s “Wo” and “Wavy Level“; Davido‘s “Fall” and “If (Remix) “; and 9ice‘s “Living Things”.

 The busty actress challenged artiest to pay attention to values in their creative process. She however pointed that she is only giving her candid opinion; not that she hates the singers. “Can your children relate with what u do now, what values are those songs impacting to our society?”

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She submitted “As much as I love these fantastic talented artists and I don’t have anything against them but first we are Africans been taken care of, but what’s going to happen to our kids and the ones yet unborn, our future?

“I don’t believe technological advancement should make us drop what we stand for. Whatever we do today we should always consider our tomorrow when doing them. ..Can your children relate with what you do now, what values are those songs impacting to our society?

“When I was of a marriage able age and I bring a man home to my mum she would ask me who he is, what he does for a living (even when it’s obvious he has money)what family he comes from and so on.

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“But now what’s the criterion of looking for a spouse either male or female? I can mention but a few, money, money and loads of money!

“We are fast losing our value system, We complain about our leaders and how corrupt they are but we also forget in a hurry that our leaders are a representation of what a society is and it starts with the mind, Hence my bible tells me 1ce the foundation is shaky what can the righteous do? To get true change it starts with the mind, our children are too fickle minded and too vulnerable to be exposed to what we are inputting into them please

“Like I said I don’t have any form of animosity toward this wonder guys I love their music from the selfish point of view but am too deep and concerned about my future (my kids) than now

And this is my take.”©