Nigerian music star Fireboy DML has been accused of using ‘streaming farms’ to boost the views of his latest music video ‘Yawa’.
Earlier this morning, a media page on Twitter reported that the video had grossed over 1.8 million views in the last 12 hours, making tweeps question the authenticity of the views.
FIREBOY don turn Fireman with streaming farm, Bro stop Farming 📊📊📊 y’all ruining it na stop it 🧐what’s all this nonsense pic.twitter.com/Pf575WUcfH
— MYTRENDCASTER MEDIA HUB (@Kapableelijah) June 23, 2023
🎥: Fireboy's "YAWA" has surpassed 1.8M+ views on YouTube.
The visuals was released 12 hrs ago. pic.twitter.com/vu0wCDDEeu
— T.U.E (@TheUpperEnt) June 23, 2023
1.8m views in less than 24 hours but u no dey chart for more than 3 countries hmm
— Elvis🇬🇧 (@mafia3O) June 23, 2023
2M views in less than 24hrs?? Let the farming tools breef!! 😩😩 pic.twitter.com/9KFW6XukYj
— LERRY (@_AsiwajuLerry) June 23, 2023
The likes to views ratio on their Yawa video by Fireboy DML ain't mathing bro😂😅Omah Lay has 50k likes on 1.4m views and Fireboy has 10k likes on a video with 1.8m views pic.twitter.com/3r48R0bsZC
— ⭐ (@GuyGael5) June 23, 2023
Petition to arrest Ybnl first thing tomorrow morning
—signed & sealed.
— SIR STARBOY GUCCI☆🧘♂️✰ (@SirStarboi) June 22, 2023