Artist Health

Video: Mc Galaxy is so high on weed he had to just let us know

We’ve seen these kinds of videos posted over time by our Nigerian artists. You know the one where they are so high off marijuana (weed) they get in front of a camera and say a bunch of jibberish. Examples include Wizkid, D’Banj and Don Jazzy.

The latest celebrity to do this is Mc Galaxy who clearly thinks this is some branding strategy. While in recent times we have heard his name associated Alicia Keys Swizz Beatz, we’ve also had a fair amount of negative press around his name including fights with promoters, and even Davido. So, it would seem that he should spend his time building more positive brand equity through positive branding. But noooooooo…

Also, last I checked, marijuana is not legal in Nigeria. So, I am unsure what this is all about. Perhaps in the nearest future he can tell us what he was getting at.

Watch the foolishness

Watch D’Banj and Don Jazzy also display a similar behavior years ago

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