Twitter User Accuses Olamide, Fireboy DML of Exploiting Streaming Farms

YBNL CEO Olamide and his signatory Fireboy DML have been heavily criticized by Twitter users for their alleged use of streaming farms.

The issue of “streaming farms” has been a hot topic on social media lately, and fans have since delved into Nigerian songs they suspect are being boosted by streaming farms.

Fireboy’s “Friday Feeling” was allegedly one of the songs that used illegal methods to gain streaming.

The Twitter user also posted screenshots of YouTube views of the song from two years ago and more recently.

From the screenshots, we can see that the song had 1 million views in 2 days and only 1 million views after 2 years.

A Twitter user wrote:


“To the story of the streaming farm! Fireboy and Olamide will never forget you.”

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