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Naira Marley’s ‘Soapy’ Dance Will Badly Affect Young Ones

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Azeez Fashola, popularly called Naira Marley, recently released a song titled: Soapy. The song was accompanied by a new dance, which has attracted different reactions from the public.

Some of his fans don’t see anything wrong with the new dance, while some others have expressed their dissatisfaction with the dance that, according to them, is suggestive of a man masturbating. For instance, dancer, Kaffy, made her views known on social media, but this was followed by criticism from Naira Marley.


According to Naira Marley, the veteran dancer’s dance styles were ‘old-fashioned’ and no longer ‘in vogue’. Like Kaffy, award winning choreographer, Nonso Asobe, also known as Donflexx, has also criticised Naira Marley for the new dance.

He said, “The ‘Soapy’ dance wasn’t created by any professional dancer; there are loads of trending dances that have been created by professionals. It was created by an artiste that is trending at the moment. Many people love him and his music as a brand; what I don’t appreciate is the signature dance which looks like a man masturbating in public.

“It is not presentable, it is disgusting. I don’t support that because it would have a negative influence on the younger generation. People who are not professional dancers may see the dance as fun but basically, it is not something to condone or accept in the dance world.

“If we (dancers) don’t talk about it, people would just assume it is part of our dance style which may affect our image as pioneer dancers. It may affect the image of our profession. There is nothing creative about the dance; I don’t support it because I can’t find myself doing such a thing; it is obscene and disgusting. I wouldn’t even see that as a dance.


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That's good them

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To a large extent he is right

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[ @iam_alibs: ] Azeez Fashola, popularly called Naira Marley, recently released a song titled: Soapy. The song was accompanied by a new dance, which has attracted different reactions from the public.

Some of his fans don’t see anything wrong with the new dance, while some others have expressed their dissatisfaction with the dance that, according to them, is suggestive of a man masturbating. For instance, dancer, Kaffy, made her views known on social media, but this was followed by criticism from Naira Marley.


According to Naira Marley, the veteran dancer’s dance styles were ‘old-fashioned’ and no longer ‘in vogue’. Like Kaffy, award winning choreographer, Nonso Asobe, also known as Donflexx, has also criticised Naira Marley for the new dance.

He said, “The ‘Soapy’ dance wasn’t created by any professional dancer; there are loads of trending dances that have been created by professionals. It was created by an artiste that is trending at the moment. Many people love him and his music as a brand; what I don’t appreciate is the signature dance which looks like a man masturbating in public.

“It is not presentable, it is disgusting. I don’t support that because it would have a negative influence on the younger generation. People who are not professional dancers may see the dance as fun but basically, it is not something to condone or accept in the dance world.

“If we (dancers) don’t talk about it, people would just assume it is part of our dance style which may affect our image as pioneer dancers. It may affect the image of our profession. There is nothing creative about the dance; I don’t support it because I can’t find myself doing such a thing; it is obscene and disgusting. I wouldn’t even see that as a dance.

ok

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that dance is disgusting

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am still observing
Something has to be done

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true talk nah

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are they gonna ban it then or what? No problem

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let sing song DAT HV sense CU's of young one

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Yeah exactly

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Is he going to change

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A word is enough for the wise

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Precautions should be taken to avast the proposed affections inquestion

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[ @iam_alibs: ] Azeez Fashola, popularly called Naira Marley, recently released a song titled: Soapy. The song was accompanied by a new dance, which has attracted different reactions from the public.

Some of his fans don’t see anything wrong with the new dance, while some others have expressed their dissatisfaction with the dance that, according to them, is suggestive of a man masturbating. For instance, dancer, Kaffy, made her views known on social media, but this was followed by criticism from Naira Marley.


According to Naira Marley, the veteran dancer’s dance styles were ‘old-fashioned’ and no longer ‘in vogue’. Like Kaffy, award winning choreographer, Nonso Asobe, also known as Donflexx, has also criticised Naira Marley for the new dance.

He said, “The ‘Soapy’ dance wasn’t created by any professional dancer; there are loads of trending dances that have been created by professionals. It was created by an artiste that is trending at the moment. Many people love him and his music as a brand; what I don’t appreciate is the signature dance which looks like a man masturbating in public.

“It is not presentable, it is disgusting. I don’t support that because it would have a negative influence on the younger generation. People who are not professional dancers may see the dance as fun but basically, it is not something to condone or accept in the dance world.

“If we (dancers) don’t talk about it, people would just assume it is part of our dance style which may affect our image as pioneer dancers. It may affect the image of our profession. There is nothing creative about the dance; I don’t support it because I can’t find myself doing such a thing; it is obscene and disgusting. I wouldn’t even see that as a dance.

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