Black people are wicked - BBA's Tayo expresses frustration over Lagos flood

Black people are wicked - BBA's Tayo expresses frustration over Lagos flood

- Tayo Faniran recently took to social media to express his displeasure over the recent flood in Lagos

- In a video shared to his Instagram page, the BBA reality star berated black people, stating that they were their own problems

- Faniran who questioned why wealthy people living in affected areas couldn't contribute to fix the drainage system

- He went on to curse corrupt politician who embezzle funds meant for the people

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Big Brother Africa star and model, Tayo Faniran, has taken to social media to express that he wished he were a white man as black people are their own problems. He said in reaction to the recent flood in Lagos where he currently resides.

Faniran whose area was among those affected, expressed his outrage and bitterness over the government's inability to fix the drainage system. The celebrity model cursed corrupt politicians stating that it would never be well with them

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He went on to slam wealthy people living in affected areas who were yet to do anything about the flood. Faniran who questioned why black people were wicked to each other, said the negligence of the country by its leaders were reasons many Nigerians abroad don't want to return home.

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Black people are wicked - BBA's Tayo expresses frustration over Lagos flood

Tayo accused black people of being their own problems/@tayofaniran
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Sharing the video, he captioned: "Black man why are you so wicked? #blacklives don’t matter. White people should just enjoy however they want to treat us,we deserve it,we are our own problem."

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Following a destructive deluge in Lagos state that left houses and firms in Lekki community in ruins and shambles on Wednesday, June 17, Nigerians on social media have voiced out their shock and utter displeasure.

Legit.ng recalls that in what modeled a turbulent time ahead for over 20 million population of the commercial capital city, a heavy downfall hit Lagos and overpowered streets in major communities, leaving motors and commuters stranded.

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Nigerians have now reacted to the flood and shared videos of how residents of the state struggled with motorists to find their ways.

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