Nigerian singer Tekno deletes all his Instagram posts, says tables will turn

Nigerian singer Tekno deletes all his Instagram posts, says tables will turn

- Nigerian singer Tekno has left his fans worried as he deleted all his Instagram posts again

- The Pana crooner left a subtle message for his fans on his Instastory

- Tekno revealed in the social media post that tables will turn

Nigerian singer Tekno seems to be taking a break off his social media page as he deleted all his posts on Instagram again.

While it is unclear why he took such a step, the singer left a subtle message on his Instastory that reads: “Tables will turn.” His message has left his fans worried about the singer’s reasons for taking such a decision.

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Nigerian singer Tekno deletes all his Instagram posts, says tables will turn
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Legit.ng earlier reported that the 'Pana' crooner deleted his Instagram page in January 2016 when his Tanzanian fans would not stop leaving a RIP message on his posts.

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It was gathered that the singer had performed in Dar es Salaam, the largest city in Tanzania, to celebrate the new year, after which he shared a selfie of himself with a famous Tanzanian actress and model, Lulu Elizabeth Michael, with the caption "how do you see" on his Instagram page.

The photo got his Tanzanian fans thinking that Tekno and Lulu had gone intimate, so, they started writing RIP on the Tekno's posts. According to them, whoever has intimate relations with Lulu dies mysteriously because she had been cursed, noting that a lot of her exes had died in strange ways.

So, Tekno deleted all the photos on his Instagram page, leaving only a message of forgiveness for his Tanzanian fans while explaining the situation.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ubi Franklin reacted to Federal Government's declaration of Tekno's viral video as a threat to national security. The music boss questioned how the singer was a threat to national security even without being in possession of arms.

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