It appears popular internet personality Hushpuppi is back to his usual antics.
He recently took to his Instagram page to re ignite his beef with popular musicians Phyno and Kcee. He had been involved with an online scuffle with the artistes in 2017 when he alleged that they wore fake jewelry.
The Dubai based personality referred to their attacks on him while attempting to explain that a large number of people who follow him are hypocrites. He was referring to the trending issue of celebs who wear fake items.
See his post below:
“Yesterday I learnt something, I learnt sometimes when I put out a message and people react to it negatively, it doesn’t mean the message I was passing is wrong, it doesn’t mean I passed it wrongly, it’s just unfortunate that “my people”, who I am passing the message across to are bunch of hypocrites.
Because around 6months ago when I passed the same message about not patronizing fakes if you don’t want your own craft to be pirated too, the whole nigeria came against me, one singer with bad hair line who is a lover of patronizing fake watches, clothes n shoes even suggested I should be investigated loool.
Another one jumped in the studio to make a diss track to telli person to stop wearing gucci which is a good thing lol, another artist jumped in my dm to send me death threats in the name of cultism (which I filed a complaint to the police and some necessary ears that are good at taking revenges just incase, already) lol.
Just because I said what was obviously TRUE and now they are all silent as if they didn’t see the same topic trending , anyways fast forward to yesterday, the same message was flying around this time from a different mouth, and Nigerians be like, true talk, that’s right, they should stop buying fakes and many support the motion and I took time to read several comments and I was amazed when I saw some popular IG figure bashing artists and was against the same thing they supporting just 6months ago, I was shaking my head.
This has rebuilt my confidence, to never mind the reaction of people either good or bad, if I know what I’m doing or saying is right, I will never be scared to pass it on, who wants to take it should take it and who doesn’t should leave it but I won’t be silent no more because of y’all hypocrisy.”
An Oyo state police officer Identified as Lawrence Kolawole Alawode has passed on to the great beyond just a day before his promotional signal was released. The news was share on Facebook by a friend of his who wrote,
''It's quite unfortunate that you gave up the ghost yesterday while your promotion signal was released this morning......
May God Almighty gives the wife and children you left behind the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. Amen
Rest in peace Lawrence Kolawole Alawode (Ekpo)''.
This news is coming the hills of the death of a young and promising Enugu-based rapper, Rappon D’victor who...
The parents of Leah Sharibu, the only Dapchi schoolgirl still being held by Boko Haram because she refused to denounce her christian faith are still hopeful that she will return home.
Leah Sharibu sent a message to her mother that the family should pray “for the will of God to be done”. The Nation reports.
President Muhammadu Buhari said yesterday that the government would not abandon her.
Leah, the only Christian among the 110 girls kidnapped on February 19, was not released along with 104 others on Wednesday.
Five of the girls died on the day they were abducted.
Leah’s mother, Mrs Rebecca Sharibu, fainted when she was told on Wednesday that her daughter was not released.
Mrs Sharibu told our reporter yesterday that her daughter sent a message that the family should pray for God’s will to be done.
Mrs Sharibu has not lost hope that her daughter...
A Nigerian man and Facebook user, Ukachukwu Igboamusi, has taken to the platform to narrate his encounter with a physically challenged mother of three who was taking her kids to school in Owerri, Imo State.
According to him, it is a big stress for the physically challenged woman to take her little children to school everyday and bring them back because of her condition. Mr Ukachukwu revealed why taxi drivers may be reluctant to help her as they may spend more time in taking her in with her wheel chair. He further solicited for support and help from government, individuals etc for the woman to take her children to school everyday.
Here is what he wrote...