Brymo endorsed Bola Ahmed Tinubu via his official Twitter account, and said that it is not yet time for an Igbo presidency.
Nigerian singer Paul Okoye, popularly known as Rudeboy, has expressed his disappointment with the way many people go about promoting their candidates in the forthcoming general elections.
This is in response to the remarks made by his fellow singer, Olawale Olofooro, aka Brymo, in which the latter cancelled the Igbo tribe and its candidate from the presidential race.
Okoye urged him (Brymo) to mind what he preaches, as the 2023 general elections will come and go, but his comments will not be forgotten.
In his words, “mind what you are preaching… Election will come and go ,we all will move on …But you decided to be a tribal bigot because you think you are getting some attention by insulting a particular region of Nigeria and some people are praising you. As an artiste, I’m only disappointed.”
Brymo endorsed the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, via his official Twitter account, and he said that it is not yet time for an Igbo presidency.[ruby_related heading=”More Read” total=5 layout=1]
The alternative singer went ahead to say that he is not sorry for his comments on the Igbo presidency in another string of tweets.
He tweeted on Friday, “Dear Easterners, I’m not sorry.”
On Sunday, he insulted Easterners in the country again, writing, “F*ck The Ndi Igbo!! To H*ll With It!!”
This tweet drew a lot of reaction from the singer’s colleagues and fans generally.