Brymo says Nigerian musicians are more corrupt than politicians

Brymo says Nigerian musicians are more corrupt than politicians

- Singer Brymo is in the news again, this time around he blasted his colleagues

- According to the singer, Nigerians should stop pointing fingers at politicians as bad eggs

- The musician stated that his colleagues were far more dangerous and corrupt than politicians

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Nigerian singer, songwriter, and author, Olawale Ashimi better known as Brymo, recently revealed the kind of people his colleagues in the industry are.

According to the musician, his colleagues are more dangerous and corrupt than the political class.

He said Nigerians needed to stop pointing accusing fingers at politicians in the country.

Brymo says Nigerian musicians are corrupt than politicians

Brymo says musicians are corrupt Source:@brymolawale
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He wrote:

"Stop pointing fingers at the Nigerian Politician... My colleagues are more dangerous and corrupt than our political class."

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Nigerians flooded his comment section with different reactions to his statement.

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Reformer Oluseun stated that people had ten fingers and could point to both parties simultaneously.

Mayowa Olagunju said he could see why Brymo did not have songs to produce anymore.

Olufunke Lawson agreed with the singer's revelation.

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Alaga OG replied that Brymo's colleagues ran private businesses, unlike politicians that are elected into offices to serve citizens.

Olamilekan was of the opinion that musicians made Nigerians happy, something politicians failed to do.

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In other news about Brymo, earlier reported that he said he was silent during the recent anti-SARS protest because most people truly did not care.

Following the unrest and reports of casualties across the country due to the protest, the singer took to Twitter to share a message about Nigeria being great again.

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A follower on the app seized the opportunity to remind him of the fact that he remained silent during the protest and urged him to maintain the same energy.

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