- MC Oluomo's marriage to another woman recently got his son King Westt in a war of words with a food seller
- The food seller asked King Westt about the popular interior designer following his dad's marriage to another woman
- King Westt slammed the business owner, telling him to mind his business
King Westt, the son of National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) boss Musiliu Akinsanya popularly called MC Oluomo, was recently dragged on social media over the wedding ceremony of his father with another woman.
The young man is known for hyping socialite Ehi Ogbebor on social media, hence, when the video footage of his father's joining with another woman hit the internet, an unidentified food seller took to his comment section to ask about the popular interior designer.
The food seller's question did not seem to please MC Oluomo's son as he slammed the intruder and told him to go and make money.
Read their conversation below:
Despite the way MC Oluomo's son slammed him, the food seller did not stop reacting in his comment section.
As usual, Nigerians reacted to the back and forth between the two men. Many shared hilarious comments on social media.
Below are some:
"The other guy reply, dey sound calm and annoying at the same time."
"These rich men's children always bragging about the money their parents made for them. have they ever imagined themselves being born from poor parents? he asked you a question and you're bragging about wealth. arrghhhhh."
"Now that's how to get under someone's skin."
"This kitchen man is super persistent tho."
"Na small thing dey vex the descendant of a tout."
"Na simple question dem ask you! You carry matter enter money part! No be your fault sha!!!"
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ehi Ogbebor talked about her new relationship with MC Oluomo.
In a chat she had with BBC News Pidgin, the mother of three told gossips to mind their business, noting that she can choose to date whoever she likes.
Ehi nodded in the affirmative when asked if she has found love and would want to give marriage a trial again.
She said below:
"I have a lover already and I will marry him if I like him and I hope it works this time. Whoever I want to date is my business. It doesn't concern anybody. I have been married twice and it did not work. Even if I want to date somebody and people feel I am not supposed to date them, it is their business and not mine."