By Dipo Olowookere Popular Nigerian artiste, Folarin \u2018Falz\u2019 Falana, has reacted to the ultimatum given to him to withdraw his recent music video titled \u2018This is Nigeria.\u2019 On Tuesday, a Muslim group known as Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) had directed Falz to withdraw the said music within seven days or face a legal action. MURIC, in a statement issued by its leader, Prof Ishaq Akintola, claimed Falz \u201cdenigrated Islam, demonized Nigerian Muslims and subjected them to public opprobrium\u201d in the video by portraying women in hijab (Islamic veil) as choreographers dancing the \u2018shaku-shaku\u2019, a dance he said was \u201cassociated with a drug-related song.\u201d But reacting to the issue through his representative, the rapper, who has received the support of America rapper, P Diddy, emphasised that he will not withdraw the video, daring the Muslim group to head to court if aggrieved. \u201cWe have nothing to say. We are withdrawing the video nor commenting on their claims. \u201cIf they have any grievance , they can head to court and we will meet them,\u201d the artiste\u2019s management team member, Mr Femi Soro, told Premium Times.