Falz reacts to query issued to female immigration officers dancing to his song

Falz reacts to query issued to female immigration officers dancing to his song

- Nigerian singer Falz has reacted to the query issued to some female Immigration officers

- The ladies who joined the Bop Daddy challenge, got issued queries by the Immigration Service

- Reacting to this, Falz who sang the Bop Daddy song has expressed interest in getting in contact with the ladies

Talented Nigerian singer Falz has expressed interest in reaching out to the female officers who received a query for joining the Bop Daddy challenge.

Recall earlier on, Legit.ng reported that the Nigerian Immigration Service queried the female officers for joining the trending #BopDaddychallenge. The service accused the officers of taking part in an act unbecoming of an officer.

Reacting to this, Falz who sang the song, recently took to micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to seek help in reaching out to the ladies involved.

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He tweeted: "Whoever has direct contact with the immigration ladies should please reach out to me. DM or something. Thanks."

See tweet below:

In the video, the officers were seen showing off their uniform then transforming into something casual to show what they look like in uniform and what they look like having fun outside of work.

Many Nigerians who saw the video were of the opinion that it was harmless and even promoted the NIS in a good way rather than the popular stories of bribe collection it is known for.

They believe the punishment was harsh and uncalled for.

There were however a few who are of the opinion that every organisation has its rules and regulations and if one cannot abide by them they should resign.

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In other news, many Nigerian music lovers are currently celebrating the late Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun, professionally known as Dagrin who was described as one of the best indigenous rappers Nigeria ever had.

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A lot of hearts were broken when Dagrin got involved in a ghastly accident that claimed his life, on April 22, 2010. The rapper who broke out as one of the first indigenous Yoruba rappers had just come into the limelight.

Thus, his death wrecked a lot of fans who loved and adored the Ghetto Dream rapper. Well, Dagrin may be long gone but his music is still very much around, keeping his memory in the hearts of many fans alive.

Many fans using the hashtag #Dagrin10yrs, are celebrating the life of the talented rapper whose short stay in music will forever be remembered.

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