Zlatan Ibile questions relevance of getting an education, fans 'knock' him for misleading people

Zlatan Ibile questions relevance of getting an education, fans 'knock' him for misleading people

- Rap star Zlatan Ibile has questioned the relevance of going to school

- According to the indigenous rapper, a certificate does not guarantee a steady income

- Zlatan’s post got some of his followers talking in the comment section

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Sensational rap star, Zlatan Ibile, has taken to his page on social media with an opinion that has sparked different reactions from his fans and followers.

The Lagos Anthem crooner took to his Twitter page on Friday, February 19, with a photo in which he was spotted rocking a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) uniform.

Zlatan Ibile questions relevance of getting an education, fans 'knock' him for misleading people
Zlatan Ibile questions relevance of getting an education. Photo: @zlatan_ibile
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However, in the caption that accompanied the photo, the rapper questioned the relevance of having to go to school just to get an education.

Zlatan in his post also submitted that having a certificate does not in any way guarantee a means of steady income.

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A follower who seemed to disagree with the rapper responded to his tweet saying:

"A lot of people nowadays give little importance to education, they believe making money is more important than getting educated but that's wrong. Education is will take u places wealth can't take u, knowledge is power. A knowledgeable person is better than a rich! illiterate."

Also taking up the rapper’s position, another follower wrote:

"Brother @Zlatan_Ibile with all modesty education is basically to get u civilized and equipped not necessarily to get u a job or bag you with money, but if you are lucky to get a good job after school still kudos, pls stop misleading ppl that skul is for money or necessarily 4 job."

Another follower cautioned the rapper against discouraging young people to get an education. He wrote:

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"You gain so many things in school, in fact, it's a school that made you famous, pls don't come and tell us that the knowledge you gain in school isn't useful to you or your career. And don't discourage others from getting their certificate too. Wetin u go gain, if u no go school."

Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that the rapper revealed that he once worked as a bricklayer and cut grass for people before fame.

Zlatan stated that things got easier when he got admitted into the university. The rap star also said he intends to embezzle money if he ever becomes the president of Nigeria.


Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over three years of working experience in the media industry.

He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)

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