Justice for Tina: Singer Slimcase apologizes to Nigerians over comment

Justice for Tina: Singer Slimcase apologizes to Nigerians over comment

- Nigerian singer, Slimcase, has taken to social media to apologize to Nigerians over his insensitive comment on the death of Tina Ezekwe

- In a recent post, he pleaded for forgiveness, stating he didn't read the news about her death

- This comes a few hours after he undermined the death of the teenage girl and described George Floyd's death as a 'global pandemic'

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Popular singer, Slimcase, has taken to social media to apologize to Nigerians after he received backlash for a comment he made about the death of Tina Ezekwe which many people considered insensitive.

Recall earlier that Legit.ng reported how the singer in a response to a follower who accused him of focusing on the death of George Floyd in the US, stated that the death of Tina was made for local TV stations to carry.

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Following the backlash he received, the singer once again took to apologize to Nigerians. In a recent video shared, he pleaded for forgiveness from Nigerians. He wrote: "I am just knowing about the little girl cus I hardly check posts I am so so sorry I never meant it that way so sorry I apologize."

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In another post, he shared a photo of Tina and wrote: "Just seeing this #Justice for Tina All blacks lives matters so sad sorry once again so sorry Nigerians I’m so sorry about this , I just got to read the #tina story and I’m so sad right now , my comment earlier was a misinterpretation and I sincerely apologize . I’m a father to a beautiful girl , So I know how painful this must be for Tina Parent. Tina is for all of us. We want #Justice For Tina."

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Meanwhile, Nigerian dancer Korra Obidi recently joined the #BlackLivesMatter protest following the death of George Floyd.

Obidi who shared a video of herself matching at the protest, appeared scantily dressed. Fans and followers who saw the post, criticized her for not wearing 'proper' clothes for the protest

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