- US rapper Offset recently told his followers to give credit to people when due
- The rapper, however, did not get the correct spelling of the word due
- Offset's error got Nigerians talking in his comment section
US rapper Offset took to his social media page to share a profound statement but his tweet seemed to have gotten on the wrong side of Nigerians.
Offset who is Cardi B's husband took to his Twitter page to let his fans know that they have to give people credit when it is due.
While the rapper's statement is correct, Offset spelt due as do, and that got some Nigerians talking.
As expected, Nigerians took to Cardi B's husband's comment section to point out his errors while noting the correct way to spell the word due.
Read some hilarious comments below:
@JakeTwist described the rapper as someone who doesn't know anything.
@rejymiah noted that some people see Nigerian English as not good enough, yet Offset could not spell due.
@lawrenceejiofo took a swipe at Offset about not going to school.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that American rapper Cardi B stunned in a headtie and wrapper as she learned African dance.
In a video that made the rounds on social media, the Bodak Yellow hitmaker was seen learning to do an African dance.
To get into the theme of the class, the American rapper tied a wrapper made in African print as well as a matching headgear.
Cardi paid attention to her professional teacher as she learned to wine her waist like a typical African woman.
The mother of one has no doubt been very open about her love for Africa and has even been known to take on traditional names her Nigerian fans blessed her with.
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