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The Headies 2022: Joeboy, Ladipoe and Cheque Express Disappointment Over Nomination Snubs

 

The nomination list of the 15th edition of The Headies Awards is out, and as usual, everyone is making their opinions known about it. Social media has been heated  with congratulatory messages for nominees, while some have expressed their dissatisfaction with the list, which has omitted their favorite artistes or songs.

Joeboy, Ladipoe and Cheque were among the first set of Artistes to air their grievances online. Taking to their respective social media accounts, they expressed their displeasure over their nomination snubs, as they felt that they deserved to be on the list.

 

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Talented Mavin rapper, Ladipoe, took to his Twitter account to know the reason why his collaboration with Bnxn, “Feeling”, was not among the songs nominated for “Song of the year“, following the success of the hit. The song was however nominated for “Best Collaboration“.

Check out the tweet below:

 

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Read also: The Official List Of Nominees For The 15th Edition Of The Headies Awards

Singer and rapper, Cheque, also took to his Twitter account to make his opinion known, writing about the failure of The Headies to acknowledge his music genre, unlike their Western counterparts.

Check out the tweet below:

 

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Meanwhile, Joeboy shared a short cryptic message, “Lol” on his Twitter account, which many have decoded. The replies to the tweet indicated that Joeboy was targeting The Headies for his nomination category. His song “Sip” was nominated for “Headies Viewer’s Choice“.

Check out the tweet below:

 

 

 

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  • by David Obisesan
    Posted May 25, 2022 1:04 pm 0Likes

    Seems Joeboy don’t wanna be rude to Headies in a way 🤔

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