- Zlatan has taken to social media to defend his friend and musician, Naira Marley
- Recall Naira Marley is currently receiving heat online for saying he does not believe in coronavirus
- Zlatan took to Twitter to mock people who aren't financially buoyant yet joined others in mocking Marley
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how Nigerian singer, Naira Marley got slammed by many social media users after he took to Twitter to reveal he does not believe in the dreaded COVID-19 also known as coronavirus.
Jumping to his defense is his friend and colleague in the industry, Zlatan Ibile. The singer in a recent tweet, shamed people who were not financially stable, yet borrowed data to criticize him even though they have no food in their homes.
He tweeted: "You borrow hotspot yab Nairamarley now no food to eat this night !! Data wey u suppose Dey use monitor giveaway online."
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See tweet below:
The tweet which has over 8,000 likes and over a thousand retweets, sparked yet another outrage online as many people were not pleased with the singer's stance on the matter.
Some wasted no time in reminding Zlatan of his own humble beginnings and how he had no right to mock people who are not as privileged as he is.
See some reactions below:
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Well, it appears Naira Marley is anything but remorseful about how damaging and misleading his tweets may have been.
In a recent video, the Soapy crooner is seen challenging people for attacking him over his belief. Naira Marley stated that one had to be stupid to criticize him for not believing in coronavirus.
Meanwhile, Nollywood actress Hilda Dokubo has taken to social media to react to the spread of coronavirus also know as COVID-19 in Nigeria.
The veteran actress in a recent post called on men of God who believe they possess the powers of healing, to go into the hospitals and heal people affected by the virus.
In her words: “Can all the pastors who are convinced that they have supernatural powers to heal go to the hospitals and lay hands on those infected? So this virus can go back to where it came from and we can return to our normal lives.”
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