This Comment About Politics By Singer Simi Has Caused A Lot Of Reactions
Politics in Nigeria are a few things that typically make voters of the country need to raise queries. it’s been same by many those that Nigeria may be a country wherever democracy doesn’t operate, as a result of what’s conferred as democracy may be a sham.
In recent times, the news of the Osun state office election has been on the minds of individuals, notably as a result of the primary election result was rejected and a rerun was conducted. However, some individuals are of the opinion that the rerun was seriously rigged which the person who emerged becomes the winner, Oyetola, wasn’t the people’s alternative. Music star, Simi, additionally denote a tweet that some individuals looked as if it would be her reaction to the election.
The singer tweeted below:
Why would you want to lead people that don’t want you to lead them? #stumped
— Simi (@SympLySimi) September 28, 2019
As expected of Twitter users, this comment from the singer as generated quite a lots of reactions. See reactions from users below:
APC will answer this one
— Kingsley (@Basseylives) September 28, 2019
Why will you want to release song everyone don’t want to listen to?
— James💕 (@AkASKILLS) September 28, 2019
U are saying nonsense absolutely
— yhungcee (@CelestineAwodi) September 29, 2019
Lol… 80% of the people don’t care who leads… Leave those to continue their tussle for power.
— Anibaba (@Anibaba94938871) September 28, 2019
No be Naija..then don’t need your decision, you will have to accept them by force and no choice
— Chuckie_noris (@Original_hakym) September 28, 2019
Thank you so much @SympLySimi exactly wat I’ve been telling my friends. Can’t lead people who are tired of being led by me; it’s crazy
— Koyi Babatunde O (@koyi_o) September 29, 2019
I’m sure you wont give up music just because some people don’t want you. #followyourpassion
— Chukwuka (@Madueke_) September 28, 2019
better no fenu ko, and just face yah music
— Ogunkoya Adebisi (@thatblackgirlbe) September 28, 2019