Nigerian music video director Say thanks to God Omori, known as TG Omori, ended up in a warmed trade with a Twitter client who commended one of Blaqbonez’s hit recordings over his own work.
Blaqbonez had been selected in the Best Music Video class at the impending Headies Grants, creating whiz around his video’s prosperity.
The pressure between TG Omori and Blaqbonez raised when TG Omori declined a gig offer from the rapper because of a conflict over valuing. Blaqbonez shared their discussion screen capture, igniting provocative responses from web clients with respect to the value issue and energizing a volatile between the two famous people.
Blaqbonez skillfully turned the situation into a PR opportunity and engaged an affordable director who agreed to co-direct with him. The resulting video for the hit song “Back in Uni” garnered significant streaming numbers, likely due to the controversy surrounding its inception.
The video’s success led to its nomination for an award at the prestigious Headies, surprising some fans. A random Twitter user expressed their astonishment at the nomination and called out TG Omori for rejecting Blaqbonez’s initial approach.
TG Omori’s reaction to the Twitter user’s comment demonstrated his displeasure towards Blaqbonez and the situation, indicating a sense of disapproval.
In his word, he said: “In your hearts of hearts. Even if them give you money will you pick BACK IN UNI over BANDANA video.”
In your hearts of hearts. Even if them give you money will you pick BACK IN UNI over BANDANA video. https://t.co/a8an9Dn3gP
— TG OMORI (@boy_director) July 12, 2023