- Singer Falz has called former minister of petroleum resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, a Yahoo girl
- The singer said this after her statement on Yahoo boys being looked up to as role models
- Falz noted that she is still running her mouth while on the run
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Nigerian singer Folarin Falana also known as Falz TheBahdGuy has reacted to the statement of former minister of petroleum resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke, about yahoo boys.
Diezani was recently spotted in a video circulating on social media speaking about how yahoo boys have become role models to the young generation. According to her, yahoo boys reinforces negative societal norms.
While Nigerians do not have an issue about her, they were however shocked that she was speaking on a matter like fraud.
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The Bop Daddy crooner was one of the celebrities who slammed the former petroleum minister for her comment about yahoo boys.
Taking to his official Instagram page, Falz said that Diezani is on the run and she is still running her mouth. He noted that she should also be called a yahoo girl.
Other celebrities like popular OAP Toolz and media personality Bolanle Olukanni have also been outspoken about Diezani's statement as they noted that she is not worthy of having such a conversation.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a woman shared her bitter experience with an online store called Psalm 23 that scammed her.
According to her, the store sold bags, shoes, and things that have to do with ladies. She stated that they post beautiful things that are affordable. Susan said that she thought the online store was owned by a lady as she saw in the display photo.
She went ahead to choose some items for herself and a friend as Sallah gift. After making payment, the woman said that she stopped hearing from them except when they sent her a text message that her stuff would arrive soon.
Sadly, it never arrived. The woman noted that she went back to the social media page of the store and they had deleted all the photos and that was when she realised that she had been scammed.
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