Nobody Is Perfect’ – Falz Finally Expained ‘Moral Instruction’ Criticisms

Nigerian top rapper and actor Folarin Falana better known as Falz, has addressed the

numerous criticisms that trailed the release of ‘Moral Instruction’, his 2019 debut album.

Speaking about his societal conscious release in an interview with Silverbird TV,  Falz narrated how he

managed the emotional rigour and flurry of backlashes that ensued at the time.

“And lots of people sent me messages asking me if I thought I was perfect, who I am to say this? Who

am I to judge? Who am I to do this and that? But, at the end of the day, nobody is perfect,” said Falz.

“I’ve never come to say that I’m faultless. I’m by no means a perfect human being. But I feel that we sort

of have to develop principles and rejig our morals if we’re going to move forward as a people and get

ourselves out of the chaos we’re in right now.

“As entertainers, we have a huge voice and a huge platform. If I do not use my platform to speak the truth,

or to attempt steering my people in the right direction, then I feel like I’m doing it (societal ills) the service.”

Having had his big break in 2015, the 28-year-old Afropop star has undoubtedly made a name for himself

in the country’s entertainment industry and garnered numerous prestigious awards for his critically-acclaimed albums and ingenious Nollywood roles.

In a recent listicle released by the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria (CEAN), the gifted singer was ranked the highest grossing Nollywood actor for 2018, having earned himself a total of N513 million.

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