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“We Have To Be Careful” – Lady Raises Alarm Over ‘Satanic Symbols’ Used By Timaya, BNXN Buju [Video]

A lady has raised an alarm over alleged satanic symbolism and behaviours in afrobeat.

A UK-based Nigerian lady has raised an alarm over alleged satanic symbols used in the video for Timaya’s smash song “Cold Outside,” which features, BNXN fka Buju.

"We've To Be Careful" - Lady Raises Alarm Over 'Satanic Symbols' Used By Timaya, BNXN Buju [Video]

Lady Raises Alarm Over Alleged ‘Satanic Symbolism’ In Afrobeat

In a video shared on social media, the lady revealed that she noticed the trends of satanic symbolism and behaviours in afrobeat.

She backed up her allegation with the video for Timaya’s “Cold Outside” which has garnered almost 30 million views on YouTube.

The lady paused the video while it was playing at the scene where BNXN first enters the room with his love interest.

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When she zoomed the scene, there were numerous “demonic” symbols and images placed on the room’s wall.

While going over the pictures, the lady asked why listeners are entertaining artists using demonic symbols in their music videos.

She wrote in the video; “We have to be careful what we’re unconsciously putting into our subconscious.”

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Watch the video below:

KanyiDaily had also reported how Burna Boy shutdown a suggestion by a journalist from the United Kingdom that Afrobeats was coined from the UK.

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