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“Leave me alone and stop being agbayas” BBNaija Angel Smith drags trolls hours after calling for a ban on babies

BBNaija Angel Smith

Big Brother Naija season 6 finalist, Angel Smith has reacted to trolls hours after calling for a flight ban on babies over their irritating noisy attitudes.

Recall that Angel tweeted about the nosiy attitudes of babies on flights, urging that a ban should be placed to stop them from boarding flights.

She tweeted: “They need to ban babies/toddlers from being able to board flights. Leave those noisy coco felons at home.”

Angel’s tweet caused an uproar online as many dragged her for referring to babies as a felon while some taunted her for not having a mother’s instincts.

In reaction to the trolls, Angel Smith cleared the air about her statement regarding banning babies on flights, claiming it was just a joke.

She also dragged some celebrities who attacked her about her post claiming she is the type who respects her senior and would not be quiet if they disrespect her.

“Sometimes I just have to laugh at y’all. You would think after I called them coco felons, it would have been given away as a joke, but the country is hard, I guess, bite your lips and talk your shit.

“You guys love to pick a token person to bully, and you self-righteous public figures will pile on because you want to appeal to the public and be a good person so badly. I have nothing but respect for people in the industry, but please don’t look for my mouth, thank you.

“It was obviously a joke, I said Coco felons for a reason, leave me alone and stop being agbayas.

“When they are dragging public figures, younger and older you don’t see me under blogs giving my opinion, it’s called having respect. Learn some because I am a really quiet person, all I do is post my pictures, make jokes and mind my business. Please leave me alone because if I start, they will spin it and say I’m the villain because it’s so convenient to pick on me because I’m the odd one out in this country. Please leave me alone.”

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