-The musician wants Nivea to stop advertisements about skin lightening creams
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Afro-Pop star, Fuse ODG is not pleased with German cosmetic manufacturer Nivea over their billboard advertisements which subtly promote bleaching.
For him, Nivea's billboards in Africa advertising fairer skin products were "foolish" and must be taken down.
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In a post on his Instagram page on Tuesday, he further called for a boycott of Nivea products by Africans in protest against such advertisements.
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Fuse ODG is a UK-based artiste of Ghanaian origin who has projected Ghanaian music to the outside world and he has quite a number of hit songs including, Azonto, Antenna, Million Pound Girl, among others.
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