BBNaija's Trikytee denies requesting for 'N500k appearance fee' to support protest

BBNaija's Trikytee denies requesting for 'N500k appearance fee' to support protest

- BBNaija star, Trikytee, has taken to social media to debunk claims concerning his participation in the protest movement

- Some Twitter users had claimed that he requested for N500k to support the #EndSARS movement in Bayelsa

- The 2020 ex-housemate in a series of tweets, denied requesting for any money and tagged the report as false

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Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) star, Trikytee, has debunked rumours that he requested for 'appearance fee' to join the #EndSARS movement in his home state, Bayelsa.

Some Twitter users had put up posts claiming that the reality star had asked to be paid N500k to openly show support for the anti-SARS movement.

Reacting to the reports which have since gone round the internet, Trikytee denied ever requesting money from anyone as there are people who can testify that he has been a supporter both on and offline.

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Trikytee who described himself as a Nigerian youth who is passionate about the movement, went on to tag the reports false, stating that there was no way he would sit out on the protest despite his management's advice that he tones down.

BBNaija: Trikytee denies requesting for 'N500k appearance fee' to support protest
The BBNaija star denied requesting for money to support the protest. Photo credit: @trikytee/Instagram
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He wrote:

"I have seen tweets going round about me requesting for money to support the #Endsars protest with my people in Bayelsa. Firstly that is not true and a lot of people can testify that I have been in support of this protest both online and offline. The news making rounds online is completely false and should be treated as such.
I am for a good Nigeria and an end to police brutality. I have been out almost every other day in Lagos protesting alongside concerned Nigerian youths."

See tweets below:

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Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe, has taken to social media to recount how during the Alausa protest march which she attended, a guy walked up to her to strike up a conversation.

The actress revealed that it was until she removed her sunglasses and mask that he realized it was her. The mother of two went on to advise ladies to come out for protest march.

In other news, Reprudencia Sonkey popularly known as Dencia 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.

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