You come as a beggar not in peace - Man based abroad calls out Mr Jollof, tells him to look for a job

You come as a beggar not in peace - Man based abroad calls out Mr Jollof, tells him to look for a job

- A Nigerian man, King Bright, has called out comedian, Mr Jollof, to stop begging on social media

- The man urged the comedian to go and look for a job to feed his family

- Bright noted that Mr Jollof bought a Toyota Camry with all his social media begging

A Nigerian man based outside the country had taken to social media to admonish popular brand influencer, Mr Jollof. The man had called out the brand influencer for begging for money from different people online.

The man identified as King Bright made fun of Mr Jollof, saying that he always start asking for money by saying I come in peace. Bright noted that Mr jollof does not come in peace but as a beggar.

Bright further claimed that Mr Jollof only hangs out with celebrity instead of making a living for himself.

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In the video shared on Instagram, the man told Mr Jollof to go and look for job to make money to feed his family instead of asking for money. He said with all Mr Jollof's begging he could only buy a Toyota Camry car.

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Mr Jollof responded to the man, expressing that he wants a Toyota Camry that's why he bought the car.

The brand influencer also shared a screenshot of his account balance, showing that he has over a million naira.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigerian celebrities reacted to video of young school girl who was sent home for non-payment of fees with kind gestures. Mr Jollof had promised to grant Success scholarship to university level.

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