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Poco Lee shows off dance moves, shades Tolanibaj for her recent post about guys that dance in the club

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One of the most popular dancers in Nigeria, Poco Lee, whose real name is Iweh Pascal Odinaka, has thrown shade at BBN Tolanibaj over her recent comment.

Poco Lee, a hypeman, and influencer, recently traveled to Asaba for a gig at a popular club.

During the event, he showcased his dance moves to the delight of the audience, while in the company of DJ Funkybee, the official DJ for Quilox, a luxurious club in Lagos.

Poco Lee later shared videos of his performance on Snapchat and made a derogatory remark about Tolanibaj.

He wrote: Na wetin Tolanibaj no like be this.

Fans drag BBNaija’s Tolanibaj after her revelation about guys that dance in club

It was recalled that a couple of days ago, Reality TV star and Disc Jockey Tolanibaj was criticized by fans after she revealed the kind of men she likes to see in a club setting.

The 29 year old media personality noted her points of view on her twitter page which has stirred reactions from fans.

She expressed her dissatisfaction with the sight of men dancing in the club, stating that it is not the ideal thing. She went on to suggest that a man sitting and listening to music would be a more appropriate behavior, as it would portray him as a rich person.

Tolanibaj is of the opinion that big men don’t dance rather they sit and listen to music in the club.

“Poco Lee and Olamide didn’t make me famous, I have always been famous” Singer Portable

Kemi Filani recalls that the controversial singer, in an interview with Echo room, stressed that dancer Poco Lee and singer, Olamide didn’t make him famous. According to him, he became famous on his own as he was well-known before they reached out to him.

Opening up on how he linked up come Poco Lee and Olamide, Portable noted how people would locate one when their time for greatness has come. He revealed that they linked up with him through dms.

Speaking on his rise to fame, Portable reemphasized that no one made him who he is today. However, he gave credit to his fans and God for making him who he is today.

Recounting his struggling days, he stated that when people hailed him for being famous, he always disagreed with them as he didn’t have money, car or travelled the world.

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