- Controversial Nigerian rapper, Azeez Fashola, better known as Naira Marley, has spoken on what make Nigerians happy
- Marley said that it is only giveaway that can make Nigerians on Twitter happy
- This is coming shortly after the rapper was bashed for saying he does not believe in coronavirus
Social media is a medium of expression for many people as they take to it to share their interesting opinions which people can react to.
It is no longer strange for Nigerian celebs to go on social media to share some of their thoughts and to also get feedback from others because of their large fan base.
Just recently, controversial Nigerian rapper, Azeez Fashola, aka Naira Marley, took to Twitter to speak on what would make people on the microblogging site happy.
According to Marley, it is only giveaway that can make Nigerians on Twitter happy. He wrote:
“The only thing that can make Nigerians happy on Twitter is giveaway.”
See his tweet below:
Recall that the music star was recently in the news after he revealed on Twitter that he does not believe in the coronavirus pandemic.
The Soapy crooner had taken to Twitter to tell fans to retweet his post if they do not believe in coronavirus, thereby making people feel relaxed and not see it as a dangerous threat.
The rapper’s post gained thousands of retweets from people who do not believe in the existence of the virus and this
The rapper also made a follow-up video where he cursed his detractors and said that they cannot make him believe in what he doesn’t believe in.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer, Runtown, during this tough period. Fans shared screenshots of the payment they received from the celebrity.
Another Nigerian music star, for them to cope a bit during these hard times.
The Majesty crooner said that things are tough and that people should not make jest of fans who dropped their account details during his giveaway.
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