Nollywood actor Femi Branch has berated his colleague Yemi Solade for saying Twitter insulted President Muhammadu Buhari by deleting his genocidal tweet against the South East.
Kemifilani News initially reported that Yemi Solade, in an interview, insinuated that Twitter’s action is an insult to the President and Nigerians as a whole.
Solade, who noted that Nigeria has many problems to contend with, and Twitter is not helping, added the platform is being used to attack the government and cause anarchy.
Reacting, Femi Branch, in a video shared on Instagram, said he didn’t want to comment on the Twitter ban, but after hearing his colleagues comment, he felt compelled to express himself.
Contrary to his colleague’s opinion, Femi Branch said there is nothing good about the Twitter ban, and it’s only those supporting and working for the government that will see nothing wrong in the government’s action.
Femi pointed out some of the roles that Twitter has played in the lives of Nigerians, especially young people, saving lives and creating awareness and job opportunity.
Throwing a jab at Yemi Solade, Femi Branch said anyone who sees nothing wrong with the Twitter ban should consider examining his brain.
In his words: I just want to express myself on the whole Twitter ban, I said I was not going to say anything, but after hearing the comment of someone I don’t want to mention the name, I feel compelled to say something, very quickly, there is nothing good about the Twitter ban.
It is only those that are working or supporting for the government that will see nothing wrong with the action of the government. We all know the role Twitter plays in our life as people, especially young people. In terms of job and expressing themselves.
It is only someone who is not progressive that will say the ban is a good thing, and Twitter has helped to save a life when things are happening in some extreme party of the country, passing information that can save lives, helps in creating awareness,
It is not good for the country and the image. Trump was removed from Twitter, but he didn’t ban Twitter, if you are a private individual and you see nothing wrong with the Twitter ban, I think you need to examine your brain
The video of the public dirty fight between Nigerian Female singers, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay has generated lots of comments on social media.
KFN earlier reported that in the video, the artists clashed after they met at a saloon and revisited the feud they had some years back.
Tiwa was heard swearing on her son's life just to prove a point and deny some claims Seyi Shay made.
'God should take my son if I ever said anything about you or Victoria Kimani' Tiwa said
This got many Nigerians furious as to why Tiwa would use negative words against her son during her fight with Seyi.
According to these people, Tiwa's son, Jamal is...
Actor, Seun Jimoh, and other Nigerian celebrities have reacted to the dirty fight between Nigerian female singers, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay.
These reactions come after a video of Tiwa and Seyi fighting and exchanging words at saloon surfaced on social media.
In the video which is presently going viral at the moment, it can be deduced that the two ladies who have not been on good time coincidentally met at a saloon and they decided to revisit their feud.
However, things did not go down well between Tiwa and Seyi as both were seen trying to be violent until people around intervened.
According to Tiwa, Seyi said a lot of bad things about her in the past and also blocked...
They are so quick to write RIP, Actress Bimbo Akinsanya roasts some of her colleagues who don’t celebrate people’s birthdays and achievements
Nigerian Yoruba actress Bimbo Akinsanya has taken to social media to express anger on the part of her colleagues with an 'I don't care' attitude.
According to her, these set of people never reciprocate kindness and are so quick to celebrate the dead even though they have not been showing concern all along.
The single mother of one disclosed that she would henceforth stop celebrating who don't celebrate her.
Venting her anger, she said the mannerless ones would not even acknowledge when she posts or tags them.
A country where we celebrate the dead more than the living mtcheewwww.
If I celebrate you or celebrate with you doesn't mean I'm doing attache, you all...