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The Wizkid v Ikeji War: This has no tribal colouration!

It is indeed very strange that someone with a full skull (howbeit empty as it seem) can simply bring out tribalism in the Wizkid and Linda Ikeji altercation. 
A Twitter user, @Damewinnie tried to turn the ongoing Wizkid vs Linda Ikeji’s beef into a tribal war, and I wonder what an earth does she intend to achieve by that? If she indeed hates Yoruba people this much, hmmmmmm, I hope she does not reside in Lagos, hope genocide won't be coming into Lagos through her instead of Boko Haram.
This lady is just a perfect example of one of the reasons why Nigeria's hope of being a better Nation seem far-fetched, the next generation who has no love in their heart, anyway below is her controversial and brainless tweet;

and here goes the response she got from another twitter user....
and here is the meager possession being referred to......hehehehehehehehehehehehehehe
Choose your battles carefully....


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