Toni Payne, a well-known photographer, has publicly criticized Yoruba filmmakers for using pretty poor audio in their films.
Toni Payne wrote on her Instagram story that she doesn’t understand why bad audio is a part of any one of their films.
According to the photographer, the audio is normal one second and then becomes very noisy the next minute.
“As big as Yoruba movie industry is, I can’t understand why the audio is always so bad, one second
its normal, the next it’s super loud. like watf.” Toni wrote.
While some social media users praised their good storyline, others criticized the weak audio and subtitles.
realmarmalade: And the stupid loud soundtracks that overshadow the conversation being made.
mimadollars: They still have the best storyline
pidgin____master: the only good thing about yoruba movies is the language* 😍 nothing else is reliable🙌🙌 too much bleaching actors/actresses” low quality audio/video. abeg
blessednationmedia: My own is their subtitle on AM yoruba…….omoo e fit spoil your English swears😢