Comedian AY and fan argue about protesting against government
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Comedian AY and fan argue about protesting against government

- Comedian AY has sent a message to a fan who condemned him for not protest against the current administration

- In the comment, the Instagram user identified as Ibayousuf9 called AY out for not coming out to protest against government when he did the same when Goodluck Jonathan was president

- In response, AY stated that he is not an activist and that is not his calling

An Instagram user identified as Ibayousuf9 has called out comedian AY for not protesting against the current government. In post, the 'fan' questioned why the comedian was always jumping around instead of coming out to protest against the government as he did back when Goodluck Jonathan was president.

The fan also appeared pissed at AY and insinuated that the comedian should be ashamed of himself as well as other celebrities who choose to slay on the gram instead of speaking up.

He also demanded to know why the celebrities are not supporting journalist Omoyele Sowere who has been in the custody of the State Security Service for over 100 days despite court orders granting him bail.

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In response, comedian AY informed the fan that he is jumping around because of work. He also spelled out that he is not an activist and that fighting for the good of the country is not his calling.

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