Some things are just hilarious, like the case where you ban Shoki after its been on the airwaves so long, everyone already knows all its lyrics.
Following up on the ban placed on Lil Kesh's Smash hit song Shoki, a song which has been on the airwaves since the first half of 2014, the question now is; Why ban the song after it has been on the airwaves for so long?
The details surrounding the ban of this song by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation has a lot of people wondering at the pointlessness of the scenario. This especially because the song has already enjoyed enough air-play to the point where banning it would change little or nothing.
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