- Nigerian musician, Teni Apata, recently showed great love to BBNaija 2020 star, Laycon, on social media
- The Billionaire crooner was spotted praying for Laycon as she prayed against ‘Omo Igbo’s’ in his life
- This did not go down well with many Nigerians who called her a tribalist
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The BBNaija reality show has been known to get Nigerians on social media buzzing as many of them campaign for their favourite housemates. Popular music star, Teni, was recently caught in crossfires on Twitter after she showed great love to one of the housemates, Laycon.
Going by the comments of a number of Nigerians on Twitter, Laycon seems to be the housemate with one of the biggest fan bases as even celebs have shown him support.
In one of those expressions of love for Laycon, singer Teni shared a video on Twitter where she prayed for the young man. She started off the supplication by saying that ‘Omo Igbo’s’ should leave Laycon alone.
See the video below:
A number of Nigerians on social media took that to mean that she was shading Erica and that her comment portrayed her as a tribalist.
This led to a sort of tribal war on Twitter with people from the eastern part of the country saying that they were proud to be ‘Omo Igbos’. Some of them also said that being Igbo does not mean they cannot show love to Laycon.
Other group of people felt that the singer's statement was harmless and that there was nothing wrong in calling an Igbo person 'Omo Igbo'.
Read some comments below:
In other BBNaija 2020 related news, another finalist, Dorathy, was also quite emotional during her diary session as she revealed why she participated in the reality show.
According to Dora, she wanted people to really see her for who she was and not her looks because it's usually crazy how some people like to take advantage of others.
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