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‘Awesomely Bad Video’ on AML Inspired by Lupe Fiasco’s ‘Bitch Bad’


Haaaaaappy Friday! (*Singing it!*) ‘Sup AML people! Phew! Long week, even longer day but it’s all good.

I will wrap my week up on AML with this post on Lupe Fiasco’s ‘Bitch Bad Video.’ I love his video and the message.

You all should start seeing the ‘Awesomely Bad Video’ category here on AML. The category is inspired by Lupe Fiasco’s video.

I’m tired of being sick and tired of some male artists, in Nigeria, who seem very determined to destroy the image of (past), present and future generations of Nigerian women to come, especially on the global front. It’s like they will outshine the (terrible) image Black America’s hip-hop community has created of the Black-American woman globally.

Copy copy nonsense wey no make sense. Even if it happens, I certainly want to know I gave Nigerian wanna be’Bitch bad’ videos and the artists that create them some LL Cool J beat a burglar type of beatings. Did y’all read that story on LL Cool J this week? A burglar attempted to burglarize his home and instead got a beat down, broken nose and LL Cool J detained him via Citizen’s arrest until the cops showed up. Bravo to LL Cool J for defending his turf and protecting his family.


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AFRICA MUSIC LAW™ (AML) is a pioneering music business and entertainment law blog and podcast show by Fashion and Entertainment Lawyer Ms. Uduak Oduok empowering the African artist and Africa's rapidly evolving entertainment industry through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews.

Credited for several firsts in the fashion and entertainment industry, Ms. Uduak is also a Partner and Co-Founder of Ebitu Law Group, P.C. where she handles her law firm’s intellectual property law, media, business, fashion, and entertainment law practice areas. She has litigated a wide variety of cases in California courts and handled a variety of entertainment deals for clients in the USA, Africa, and Asia.

Her work and contributions to the creative industry have been recognized by numerous organizations including the National Bar Association, The American University School of Law and featured in prestigious legal publications in the USA including ABA Journal and The California Lawyer Magazine. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the prestigious Academy of Arts University in San Francisco.
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