Angry fan’s message to 2face for having his wedding in Dubai + Perfect REPLY

Lol,it’s a free world right..but one fan isn’t taking 2face’s dubai
wedding lightly as she has written an open letter to him. Before then, I found this reply on someone else’s blog as a comment and I liked it—It’s d best reply to Amina’s letter, lolz
Dear Amina Umar,
Talk about Diary of a Mad Black woman. Hows is it
your concern where he marries? You can never satisfy ppl. Had he done
the wedding in Naija, you would have been the same person to complain.
Maybe you should get over yourself and realize he’s a man that has his
own needs. He has the right to do whatever he wanna do. So shut the fuck
up and let the young man be. Blackface look alike fuck
Now Read the letter below…
“I never knew or comprehend that Mr 2face Innocent Idibia had this
spirit of wickedness in him. We have been encouraging him even when he
was nothing till now that he felt that he has arrived.

2Face, We all bought every CD you have ever released, paid for all the
shows you performed, devout our time to listen to all your songs, even
when the songs may not meet out expectations, as an encouragement we
continued to listen to them.
Yet you didn’t show us appreciation. 2Face, Let me ask you a question.
How many Arabs have bought your CDs or listen to your any of your songs?
Annie Macaulay’s parents are not Arabs as to say you chose Arabland
because of proximity to her parents.
With your spirit of wickedness, you carry your wedding to Dubai so that Nigerian fans will not eat rice or cake or drink your mineral or even our local beer. You know for sure that most of your fans can’t afford the ticket to Dubai.
You denied your fans who bought and paid for your CDs and shows the
generational opportunity to see a glimpse of your wedding, because you
are sure that WE fans are not important. Nigeria is not good enough to
host a celebrity wedding?
Tomorrow your friends and colleagues in the entertainment industry who
are natural Copy-cats will join the trend of wasting our Foreign
Exchange in countries that see Nigerians as nobody.
Well, let me tell you, get ready to sell your next album in Dubai,
perform all your new shows in Arab, with new found Arab fans, as For me,
I will not buy or patronise your music ever, again.
Though it is certain that you are so wicked to us, but we will only forgive you on two conditions:-
1] Apologise to Nigerians for refusing to create History in Our Land.
2] You must take up a campaign to your copy-cat friends and colleagues
in the entertainment industry to learn how to appreciate, patronise
Nigeria and Thinking Nigeria, First. – Amina Umar

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