I Love This Guy: Reactions As Speed Darlington Lambasts Airport Officials for Allowing Some People Jump Queue

I Love This Guy: Reactions As Speed Darlington Lambasts Airport Officials for Allowing Some People Jump Queue

  • Controversial rapper Speed Darlington has got Nigerians talking on social media after a video of him was spotted
  • Darlington was angry as he addressed some airport officials for cheating and discriminating against him
  • Nigerians expressed their thoughts on how they love the rapper's reaction towards the officials

Rapper Speed Darlington has shown that he is a no-nonsense person and will not be cheated.

A video of the singer was recently spotted on social media and it showed him angrily speaking to some airport officials.

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Speed Darlington expressed unhappiness that some people were given preferential treatment at the airport. Photos: @thetattleroomng
Source: Instagram

Speed Darlington argues angrily with airport officials

In the video online, the rapper was angry that some airport officials allowed some people to jump the queue.

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The rapper also jumped the queue and he was asked to go back but he told the officials to also tell the guilty ones to go back.

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Accusing them of preferential treatment, the rapper asked that the country be broken up.

Watch the video below:

Nigerians react


"My president."


"Always causing trouble, e go tire you one day if you no de tire."


"Akpi 1."


"Love this guy."


"I love this guy Aswear."


"Man don't take nonsense."


"Lol my friend."


"I like this guy."


"You wanna see craze?"


"Our president."

Speed Darlington laments about his car

The rapper shared a video on his Instagram page showing the major damage on his Mercedes Benz car which he shipped over from the US.

He showed his fans several scratches on the car while noting that the vehicle was completely spotless when he dropped it off for shipping in the US. According to him, officials at the port said the car was not starting hence the reason for using a forklift to move it around.

He also explained that several tools and equipment which he stored in the trunk of the car had been looted. He explained that the car got to Lagos just before the Eid-el-Kabir break and he waited a few days after the break to go pick it up.

Source: Legit.ng

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