- CDQ has taken to social media to mock Seyi Tinubu, son of top politician, Bola Tinubu
- Recall some weeks ago, the singer had called Seyi out for disrespecting him at Davido's house
- In a recent tweet, the musician reminded him about karma and how he had foretold his supposed downfall
Nigerian singer, CDQ, is currently having what some people perceive as the last laugh concerning his issue with Seyi Tinubu, the son of top politician, Bola Tinubu.
In a tweet shared to his personal Twitter account, the musician reminded the politician's son of how he foretold their fall from the seat of power.
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"Seyi Tinubu Howfar. heard u ran away to London already. no worry karma is a bitch. U and all ur family e o le ever ni isimin mo konshe epe. I told u dis wil mark the end of oppressor era. How u see am now. Nigga tryna play fast 1 u n ur team run go write fake news shebi."
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This comes weeks after the rapper - whose real name is Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf - called out Seyi for disrespecting him at Davido's house.
He started off by tweeting:
“Seyi Tinubu I’m bouta compose an article for you about what you did to me last night @ David’s house. I might not be born with silver spoon like you but bruh I’m a fighter and a strong hustler that germinated from the slum to where I am today. I won’t take disrespect from anyone."
Although he remained vague about what happened, CDQ went on to vent about not tolerating disrespect from Seyi.
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In other news, Nigerians reality star, Gifty Powers, has taken to social media to apologize to her fans and followers following a post she shared on her Instagram page in which she criticized #EndSARS protests.
The 2017 BBNaija star mocked the protesters who were now staying at home seeing that things had gone south. She asked why they didn’t go out to keep protesting.
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