NBC Bans Wande Coal’s Go Low Video For “Nudity”

Wande Coal

I can’t really say I’m surprised but I seems Kenny Saint Brown & The National Broadcasting Commission, NBC both have the same definition of nudity.

Shortly after the video debuted, the NBC has put a ban on the video on free-to-air TV stations. So if you have cable or satellite don’t be worried. You can still watch Go Low and all its “nudity”.

Check out the video, and decide for yourself.




  1. Wande shld just move on , No shaking…NBC is the least of our problem, Those people in charge shld be ashamed of themselves or may be na me no sabi wetin “Nudity” means. As for kenny st yellow, she ‘s nobody wn it comes to nigerian entertainment industry so let her cont to bark like a dog that she is.

  2. I think NBC and kennis music(kenny saint brown) have completely lost it.Well,I,m not surprised when you see two old men doing (nigga and wassup thingy)what belongs to the new generation blood on t.v…*hiss*. I have seen the go low video many times and aint see any big deal bout wot the babes wore.perhaps putting on bikini in videos is not a sin…*hiss* But why didnt they ban onyinye by psquare and some other naija songs worst that go low…i think we should ask how much kennis gv nbc for ds good job.. *hiss*