Popular Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye of PSquare fame has slammed Nigerians who called out him for living large abroad.
Earlier, the singer flaunted his luxurious mansion in America. He used the video to show off the lavishly furnished interior of his house in Atlanta.
The video sparked reactions online as many felt he was showing off. While another compared him to politicians who buy properties overseas rather than invest in their indigenous land.
Reacting Peter Okoye declared that many Nigerians need serious deliverance because rather than attack politicians who use their hard earned tax payers money to buy houses abroad, train there children in the best school abroad, they are in his comment section slamming for showing off his mansion gotten from his hard earned money.
”They use your hard earned tax payers money to buy houses abroad, train there children in the best school abroad. And even go for medical treatment abroad! You come here dey troll me we dey my house for abroad dey do world tour. You need serious deliverance! Ode!
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You praise your oppressors that denied you the best things in this life and come February 2023. they will give you 5k to sell your vote for them. And you think I will be affected My brother! My sister I only want A Better Nigeria VOTE WISELY.”
KFN recalls that Peter Okoye of PSquare fame threw shades at unemployed graduates who are still rooting for the ruling party to continue in the next general elections.
The father of two via his social media platform wrote, “A graduate with no job. You manage to buy smart phone and come on social media and start defending who made you jobless.”
This message has got lot of fans reacting in different ways.
Jnr Pope wrote: “The thing shock me, I swear down.”
Ojuwolestudio wrote: “Very deep. Imagine defending someone that stole the wealth of the nation. Money that should have been used for infrastructure, healthcare, they took all for their unborn children. ASUU still on strike oh. You better wake up youths!”
StanleyNanka: “This is the definition of madness and misplacement of priorities.”