Reekado Banks replies Twitter user who shamed him for not doing giveaways

Reekado Banks replies Twitter user who shamed him for not doing giveaways

- Reekado Banks has been criticized by a follower on social media

- The former Mavin signee, took to Twitter to announce he'd be hosting an e-concert

- An annoyed Twitter user slammed him for not doing giveaways like his colleagues in the industry

As Nigeria continues to prepare for the impending lock down of the country following the increase in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases, many Nigerian celebrities are donating food, money and sanitizers to the less privileged.

Perhaps as his own way of giving back, Nigerian singer Reekado Banks took to Twitter to announce he'd be holding an online party via his YouTube channel.

However, not everyone was pleased. A Twitter user identified as Olalekan replied his tweet, slamming the singer for choosing to host a party rather than do giveaways like his colleagues were doing.

Olalekan wrote: "Your mates doing giveaways in this hard times and you want to have a pary....growupkid"

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The singer responded: "I feel for you. You're a victim of a dysfunctional country and I truly do feel for you. ❤"

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Meanwhile in a bid to help his fans, Nigerian Disc Jokey Ayorinde Kehinde Okiki popularly known as DJ Kaywise has mistakenly transferred N350k instead of N35k to a giveaway winner.

This occurred after the entertainer took to his page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to organise a giveaway for his fans and followers.

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Still on celebrities helping their fans, Nigerian singer Douglas Jack Agu, popularly known as Runtown has announced his intentions to donate N10 million to people who cannot afford to buy foodstuff in this period of coronavirus.

He stated that he is certain that there are people with no money to buy what they would need to survive the present situation in the country. As a result of that, Runtown said he would be giving out N10 million. He told his fans and followers to drop their account numbers in his comment section. As at the time of writing this story, Runtown’s tweet was liked over 22, 000 times and retweeted over seven thousand times.

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In other news, to ensure that people do not stay hungry while they are at home, actress Toyin Abraham decided to step up and do something about it. The mother of one has started donating foodstuff and hand sanitisers to poor Nigerians across the country.

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