There has been subtle negativity about Victor AD’S ‘wetin we gain’ song and I don’t get it. It won’t go beyond the mere unclear speculation far from its realities and positivity. Pray for grace, my gee. Why do we have to look for unnecessary element to point for a failing system. Why can’t we be sincere with ourselves about the realities of our lives. Well, I can get it, our realities are different.
Thus, we find it hard to acknowledge with one another’s reality. However, one thing is clear and it is that we all need money and awakening this reality isn’t a bad thing at all. Lest we forget, he acknowledges the need for grace at the start of the song. How do one identify with negativity in the song baffles me? So many songs out there about materialism so why do we pick on Victor AD so much.
Perhaps, it exposes out intentions, our outlook about young people and entertainers, in particular. There are those who are so much contented with their lives and hold in isolation the view that money is the root of all evil discarding that money also, answers all things.
Those who see the need for contentment and everyone remaining in their present financial state. It is worse off, when there hasn’t had any form of history with penury and don’t understand it realities.
If you aren’t in tune with Victor AD’S SONG, I get it but that you are against it. C’mon, what is wrong with you? Are you so detached from the realities of the average Nigerian? Omo, no go dey whine yourself o, people dey find money gan. And the hustle is real and the street is never choked.
Many are going to be rich and super wealthy without the societal vices and that’s happening already. We have had issues of rituals and other diabolic mean of money-making way before Victor AD came into the industry. It would be unfair to point finger at him for them now.
Victor AD has other lovely songs though none of them has hit the mainstream like ‘wetin we gain’. The song is in sync with the realities and the struggles of millions of Nigerians. No wonder it spread like wild fire in dry bushes. The upcoming artiste still has a lot of work to do in the booth. Hopefully, he can cook another good song which can have a deep chemistry with Nigeria once more, outside of materialism.