Naira Marley halts exuberance to embrace Ramadan

Naira Marley halts exuberance to embrace Ramadan

Naira Marley halts exuberance to embrace Ramadan

Naira Marley has put a halt to his full life or exuberances  on social media to embrace Islam during the holy month of Ramadan.

The Nigerian singer and song writer, Naira marley will not seize from surprising people that hates him so much because of his kind of life style.

The 25-year-old father of three stunned his 3.1 million followers on Instagram,  and 1.1 million followers on Twitter to share quotation from the Quran at the start of Ramadan on Friday, April 24.

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I believe and I think he is the only Muslim celebrity who has taken to the internet to show how important Allah is to be recognized in this proud, though they may be others but we don’t know we they are for now.

Reacting to some of the hatred he got from some followers on Twitter and Instagram, Naira Marley said,

“You will never be able to please all of the people all of the time, so concentrate on pleasing your maker (ALLAH) because that’s what matters.”

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This happened few days ago.

You can read here to get the full gist if you missed the start.

Before the response, the UK trained singer had mocked those calling him out by saying,

“Hating on someone you should be using as a prayer point.”

Naira Marley, Azeez Fashola was born in 1994. In less than 14 months, he became Nigeria’s most controversial music artist with at least 3 viral songs and large followership on social media and music scene.

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He has for sure proudly  promoted sex, alcohol, and drugs in his music but said in different interviews that he gets musical inspiration from Islamic songs and Fuji music.

Can you just imagine that!

The singer also made known to Olisa in his interview on The Truth that he began a his musical career after he made £250, 000 from doing odd jobs on the streets of London.

Oja boss for sure.

Let’s watch this till the end.

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