- Dencia has taken to social media to react after Tiwa Savage called out Beyonce for not lending her voice to the anti-SARS protest
- Recall the Koroba singer had made a video in which she reminded Beyonce of how she and her team reached out to a lot of Nigerians for her Black Is King project
- In a recent tweet, Dencia stated that Africans are always seeking unnecessary validation from people and things
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Reprudencia Sonkey popularly known as Dencia, has caused mixed reactions online after she took to the platform to share her thoughts on Tiwa Savage calling out Beyonce for not speaking about the anti-SARS movement.
The Cameroonian-born singer and entrepreneur expressed displeasure at Savage's video. She questioned if the Nigerian government and the police care about what Beyonce has to say.
Dencia went on to state that Africans love seeking unnecessary validation from people and things that cannot help.
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"Lol because the Nigerian government cares about what Beyoncé is saying, the police is listening to Beyoncé. She spoke & sang against the 1 in America, what changed? Africans we always seeking unnecessary validation from things & people that can’t help. #EndPoliceBrutality"
See how some people reacted to Dencia's post:
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Recall Tiwa Savage earlier took extra steps to get the End SARS protest noticed on a global scale using her social media platform.
The music star shared a heartfelt video on her Instagram page where she stated some of the situations Nigerians were facing in the country and how they were not fighting for basic amenities but for their lives.
She then went ahead to call on international music stars, particularly Beyonce.
Meanwhile, as the anti-SARS protest march continues across the nation, many interesting stories have surfaced online.
One of such stories is that of a young boy who was hawking snacks at one of the protest grounds. However, after giving his snacks to some protesters, he refused to collect money from them.
His response after rejecting their money was 'ẹ bawa ṣe kín lè lọ ile iwe' which a Twitter user translated as 'Do it for us so that I can go to school'.
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