- A Nigerian man identified as Shuaib on Twitter recently took to the platform to share his funny encounter with upcoming singer, Lil Frosh
- Shuaib had slid into Lil Frosh’s Instagram DM to try and hire him for panel beating services
- The singer who was obviously confused was left angry after Shuaib told him he heard he was a panel beater and it led to him getting blocked
- This is coming after the singer’s ex-girlfriend, Gift, accused him of beating her up on several occasions
A young man on Twitter identified as Shuaib recently recounted how he was blocked by upcoming singer, Lil Frosh, on Instagram.
Shuaib shared the encounter in reaction to a post from a Twitter user who asked about artistes who felt they were talented but were not.
The young man shared screenshots of his conversation with the singer that led to him getting blocked.
Shuaib had asked the singer how much he would charge to fix his car’s bonnet after he had hit an electric pole and it got damaged.
The singer who was obviously perplexed by the question asked why Shuaib was bothering him with such.
To that, the young man said that he heard that the singer was a panel beater. Lil Frosh retorted by calling him stupid and then blocking him.
See the funny exchange below:
Internet users also reacted to the post. See some below:
This is coming soon after Legit.ng reported that Lil Frosh's ex-girlfriend, Gift, accused the singer of beating her up on several occasions. She also shared photos of her bruises on social media to back her claim.
Taking to her official Instagram page, Gift stated that she should have spoken earlier but she thought that her boyfriend would change his violent behaviour.
According to her, they have been dating each other for 10 months and he has been abusing her for the whole period.
The young lady noted that the beating she received that got the attention of people on social media happened on Tuesday, September 15, noting that it led to internal bleeding in her head.
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