A NAIJ.com reader decided to weigh in on the ongoing exchange of 'hot words' between comedian Seyi Law, and controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo.
Following the continued beef between popular Nigerian comedian, Seyi Law, and the daughter of ex-governor of Oyo state, Kemi Olunloyo, a Nigerian man has decided to give his take on the matter.
The man, Omololu Omotosho, who seems to be on Kemi's side, took to his Facebook page to show his support for his 'personal person'.
Omotosho said even though he didn't agree with an innocent child (Seyi Law's baby) being brought into the mix by feuding adults, he also thinks Kemi is a nice person who likes to champion the causes of Nigerians.
Sharing the post, Omotosho wrote:
"So let's make this clear, Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo, is my personal person any day, any time. This may be controversial but what makes me who I am is being me. I don't agree with dragging a baby and family members into your public life. I will say this though, some Nigerians love their "slave masters."
Where do we see the children of Senators and Hushpuppi? On Instagram; showing off Gucci and we celebrate them as if one gucci will touch us after we do. See, if you are a "nobody," media doesn't careless about your opinion. Society is shaped by the elites. Ms. Kemi Omololu Olunloyo takes time to advocate for human right causes in Nigeria; how many children of Nigerian elites does that? Nigeria is sick because Nigerians choose to live that way. The leaders are Nigerians and live amongst Nigerians. They didn't come from a distant place. Lolu out..."
See his post below:
Na wa o!
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