Nigeria indigenous rapper, Olamide Baddo, has responded to the ban on his latest released video, ‘Wo’ .
On Tuesday, the federal ministry of health notified the public that the rapper had violated the 2015 tobacco act.
It warned that ‘Wo’ video had “dangerous public health content”.
Speaking, the YBNL boss said he loves Nigerians and has no intentions of promoting tobacco in Nigeria.
On his twitter page @Olamide_YBNL, he wrote : “No intentions of promoting tobacco to get people killed.
“I love my people, I love my country, one love, one Nigeria #ClearTheAir Oya Wo!”