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Friday, June 19, 2020

Musician Paul Okoye Throws Epic Shade...

This post is somewhat hilarious but he hit the nail on the head...........








26 comments:

  1. Hehehehheheheheehehehe he said nothing but the truth. The new age of showing off on social media, everything must talked about or shown off on social media. I usually wonder to what end. I pray the others will learn.

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    1. I think there is a spirit or force or maybe village people behind the show off. How will my income not be legit and I will be showing off?? Madness.

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  2. And then the annoying quotes too...
    ‘As u no follow me drink garri,no expect me to share my golden morn when the time reach’
    Like what!!!

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  3. Two female hair vendors are on this table. Comfortably

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    1. Spill now pls, my ears are itchy

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    2. Miznwaneka n glee, hmmmm d day dat der own will burst eeeeh hmmm, nwanneka relative is d owner of gistloverblog dats y dat blog dey always hail her

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  4. Funny but true.To whom it may concern,please carry wheelbarrow come

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  5. Yahoo boys are the laziest set of people on this planet, I know one that sits at home all day waiting for manner to fall from client, pride won't let him be too.

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    1. Let him sit at home with his feverish Yahoo dream and pride.

      Later in his old age, he will end up at the local market directing cars where to park in exchange for a pittance.

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  6. Why won't they show off ,when they having people supporting them and their evil way of life. When people speak against them ,you will see comments like "Nigerians don't like it when you are rich and successful, haters everywhere" . Like how do you support someone that is living off other people's sweat,how!!!.

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  7. Masonic jesting 元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️元‍♀️

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  8. It is not about yahoo yahoo. I know a successful business man who glorifies Hush. He posts his security details online just for validation. I look at him and shake my head. Are our people inherently stupid or what? Only Nigerian, Ghanaian and African-American fraudsters or drug dealers show off online. That's why many of them end up in jail. Other people are trying as hard as possible to stay low.

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    1. Don't bring Ghanaians into this. Ghanaians are not known to be frauds unlike Nigerians. Maybe some Ghanaians may do it but a very few and most times it happens because they associate with nigerians. We Ghanaians too have our shortcomings but we are not known to be fraudsters, drug dealers, ritualists or prostitutes( many nigerian women go to Italy for prostitution). Like I said we have our own shortcomings but don't compare Nigerians with us because when it comes to those matters we are way better. What I admire in Nigerians is their sense of humor, their creativity and entrepreneur mindset of the legit ones plus I'm a fan of Chimamanda and of this blog and many nigerian celebrities. As a matter of fact I mostly follow nigerian celebrities on instagram and I bought Chimamanda and Arese books. I love Nigerians different cultures and food but after all the news I hear and read daily about them I'm scared to get close to them.

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  9. Doing wrong and showing off!

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  10. It is because social media did not exist during their father's time if not they would have shown off as well. You need to see how 419 guys were oppressing people on the streets of Owerri that time. To go to super market and buy wine they will use convoy of limousines, mercedes s class, lexus, police escort with sirens. What show off pass that one? Leave that matter, the practice of yahoo yahoo/419 comes with stupidity

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  11. People's club of Nigeria was a form of social media. Lagos tennis club too was another example. Listen to Oliver de coque, wasiu ayinde, KSA etc to know those who were titrating hard drugs and making billions selling death or performing wire fraud and confidence schemes back then. The way Wasiu worshipped Ade Bendel, Ajudua and their clique like idols you would think he would have volunteered to go to jail with them after that one was caught.

    I hear Ade Bendel is now in the ultimate con sha- religion. 419 don turn pastor ����

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