Naira Marley Says His Song Is Not About Sex, Calling Fans Dirty Minded

You remember the “don’t objectify women warning given by @dutch on Twitter, another user has joined the wagon calling out Naira Marley on the observable sexual innuendo in one of his songs.

The Twitter user named, @Ayokunnu in what seem like pseudo-praises reaffirmed his support for Naira Marley as he was able to creatively pass a after-good-sex message in his song without hassle.

The lyric of the song which reads “da kin da” was believed to mean “cum make I cum”.

Hence, according to the @Ayokunnu, consequent to that, even if Naira Marley runs for presidency, he will win his vote.

Quoting him inter alia, the fan wrote:

When Naira Marley said ‘da kin to da’ that was when I made up my mind I’d vote for him if he runs for presidency. He’s considerate”

In a quick response, to put things into perspective, the “soapy” crooner revealed that, that was not the meaning of the lyric.

According to him, unknowingly to many, the lyrics means “Roll your dice before I roll mine”.

He wrote:

“I was talking about rolling a dice by the way. Y’all just got dirty mind”.

Really? Obviously this uncle can not be beaten at his game.

Undoubtedly, the call out didn’t fall on a wrong side because, without being explained to, one would think that the song is thematic on sex, however, it could also be proved otherwise when actually, the writer of the song explain to us what the lyrics of the song means.

But now that the King of Marlian has taken time to tell his fans what “da kin da” means, let me ask you.

Does it take out the fact that most of his songs are sex centralized?

Objectifying women?

Bright M. Esagbodje

Author: Bright M. Esagbodje

Mathias Bright is a serial professional with content creation as his core. He is a reporter with Bond FM and the founder of a media brokerage organization called, B&B MEDIA WORLD.

17 thoughts

  1. Depends on how demonstrate your lyrics to the situation on ground

    Indeed music is a weapon

    1. you can say that again, for Naira Marley, Music is a way of projecting his being unapologetically

  2. Naira Marley is actually not as bad as they take him to be. Just a cool guy living easy life. Why all the stress Nigerians

  3. Hehehehe
    What I don’t understand is what Marley is doing to the puppet in that picture. Crazy!

    1. Lol

      Jones you obviously saw what I saw.

      I wonder what goes on in that guy’s head, crazy, really!

      He strategically does everything to stay in the faces of his fans and critics.

      No little wonder, people mistook “da kin da” for something else) I

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