- BBNaija 2020 winner, Laycon, has taken to social media to define who he is, but not in a regular manner
- According to the reality star, while Jesus is king, he is a noble
- Some of his fans asked him to explain the meaning of the tweet which was written in Yoruba
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Much loved Nigerian reality show star, Laycon, recently took to social media to describe himself in a different but interesting way.
The young man who was the winner of the BBNaija 2020 Lockdown edition no doubt has the support of numerous fans all over Africa.
Just recently, Laycon took to his Twitter page to call himself a noble. The reality show star shared a post where he described Jesus as king and himself as a chief.
In his words:
“Jesu Loba, Laycon ni Ijoye.”
See the tweet below:
A number of his fans agreed with him while his non-Nigerian fans asked for the meaning of his statement. Read what some of his fans had to say below:
This fan said:
Chy was ready to agree with the post despite not knowing its meaning:
Anita said she is the shepherd:
This is coming soon after Legit.ng reported that the budding rapper and reality star claimed a larger than life status after he took to social media to make an interesting declaration.
According to the Fierce crooner on his Snapchat page:
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Owolawi Taiwo is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over two years working experience in the media industry. She has a degree in English and International Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo.
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