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I’m not encouraging alcoholism with my latest song – Joeboy


Joeboy, the Nigerian singer, says ‘Alcohol’, his latest hit single, is not meant to encourage alcoholism as alleged.

The 24-year-old had released the critically-acclaimed project in September.

Some music lovers consider the song as an explicit endorsement of drunkenness by the musician while others see it as a fit for post-heartbreak situations.

The project has also inspired several alcohol-related trends across social media platforms.

But in a recent interview with Genius, Joeboy said he is not encouraging alcoholism in any way with the song.

He also urged his fans against getting drunk to escape from life challenges, adding that such would not address the situation.

“Being tipsy inspired ‘Alcohol’. There are different challenges in life; it never ends. There is always something one needs to fix or solve,” he said.

“I am not encouraging alcoholism in any way but I understand that people need breaks. However, trying to run away from one’s problems won’t fix them at the end of the day.”

The musician, born Joseph Akinwale Akinfenwa, said the song is different from his typical sound, adding that it signifies his evolution as a singer. Continue Reading


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