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FOKN BOIS – Thank God We're Not A Nigerians (GetMziki Exclusive **)

So twitter, facebook and a few blogs have been buzzing with this track from FOKN BOIS (Kubolor Wanlov & Men3a/Mensa) the two currently top Ghanaian artists. I have been a fan of Kubolor for a while, I mean its hard not to love a guy who doesnt wear shoes all day. He has all signs of being a hippy, dreadlocks, dirty feet and the swag.. LOL. But the talents and the creativity are far much better and well engraved in the future of African Urban Music.

A few Nigerians took this track to be too offensive and a few totally understood that this track was really a celebration of sorts for Nigerians. Say what you want about Nigerians, you essentially have to respect their gangsta and hustle. I want to make this post with some relevance so I will share the lyrics for amusement factor because talking about Kubolor or about all the hype the song has created is not worthy of this space….

listen and download the track here:

FOKN BOIS – Thank God We’re Not A Nigerians by getmziki

Lyrics //

Kofi is a common name, that’s what even I say
But a Ghana man will never call a child Friday
Thank God we’re not Nigerians

Always shouting very loud, don’t know how to whisper
And why say Mistor, instead of Mister
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

You like school more than any African I’ve seen
Simple thirteen, you still say tharteen
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

They ban the whole team, you can’t even play
Can’t you just say Hi, what is Ki lon sele
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

You barely qualify, then get stuck
President Goodluck but you still suck
Thank God we’re not Nigerians

Instead of Hamburger or Pizza with ham
You eat Egusi with pounded yam
Thank God we’re not Nigerians

Always trying to show off, even when you eat
One soup, no vegetable but twelve different meat
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

Fela was a great Musician, yes of course
(Inaudible) something drugs
Thank God we’re not Nigerians

You created Nollywood,yes more of it
But too many witches and wizards in your film
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

Always in traditional wear everywhere
Haven’t you hear of Armani wear
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

For example shining five piece agbada
You can look very good in Dolce and Gabbana
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

Not going anywhere fast, let’s just stroll
Traffic everywhere, many bad bad roads
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

No street light from Oregun to Ikeja
Four four, join join two two on okada
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

Extra page in your passport to pass and go
You have learn very well from Obasanjo
Thank God we’re not Nigerians

Email fraud, Pyramid, 419
Oh that’s not fine
Thank God we’re not a Nigerians

But at least you are better than Liberians
So thank God you’re not a Liberians

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