Home » Entertainment

#JUNE12PROTEST: Wizkid Dragged Into The Gutters For Promoting His Music On June 12

June 12 in is a special day for all Nigerians and its inhabitants have concerned citizens have embarked on a protest against the government.

Some Nigerians have hit the road to protest against President, and his government. Activist and convener of civil society organization, concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju, yesterday stated that he will be embarking on a planned protest with his group.

There is a lot of havoc on the streets as it has been reported that officers have arrested some protesters and also seen in series of videos throwing teargas at harmless protesters. There are a series of videos and photos on the internet that shows situational reports from the grounds.

HOT POST 🔥  Femi Fani Kayode Finds Love Again – Shares Photos Of His New Boo

However, Nigerian artist has given himself out to be dragged by some users after he took to his page to post and promote his song during a protest. Wizkid shared a billboard with his face and captioned it, “#ASuperstarMadeInLagos docuseries now out! Shout out @youtube“.

Displeased by his post, some Nigerians have taken to his comment section to drag him for not participating in the protest via Twitter.

Read some reactions below….

HOT POST 🔥  Davido And His 30BG Crew Storm Candlelight Service In Honour Obama DMW (Video)

@Oluwatobi: E be like say ds one dy mad… People dy para he dy post rubbish…. So this protest no concern you abi?

@Adesinacollins: Werey, dey here dey post useless billboard when youth are outside there dey protest.

@Caleb: Hmmmmm. Reekado banks. We won’t forget. We need now most machala

@toasting king: Hello we’re busy protesting Delete this post

@Elom Nsuk: When reekado banks tried to promote his song during the #EndSARS protest you called him a fool. But here you are promoting your album on #June12thProtest. Your double standard no be here



About Author
Joyloaded  
Joyloaded CEO Cool Headed Guy.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.