- Upcoming Nigerian singer, Soft, recently got on the nerves of some social media users for saying Yahoo money is sweet
- The singer faced backlash from Nigerians as they warned him about an impending visit from the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
- The singer has now taken to Instagram to explain that he is not a Yahoo boy
The Nigerian entertainment industry has been plagued with several individuals glorifying fraud, despite the harm it does to people.
Just recently, upcoming singer, Soft, was captured in a video saying that Yahoo money is sweet. Many Nigerians were not pleased with the statement and called him out for it.
Following the backlash, the singer made a u-turn. In a new post, the singer explained that he is not a Yahoo boy as he preached against cyber crime. In a post on Instagram, he urged people to say no to cyber-crime.
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In other news, Legit.ng reported that fast-rising singer, Zlatan Ibile, recounted some of the odd jobs he did in the past including bricklaying and grass cutting as he celebrates his current success.
According to him, he also worked in a cold room, earning N10,000 a month. He was however, grateful to God who brought him this far as well as his former school mates who stood by him.
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