- Popular Nigerian singer, Olakira, has shared his take on a viral slang making the rounds on adulthood
- According to the trending term, adulthood is a scam and the singer disagreed with the popular opinion
- Olakira took to Twitter to note that adulthood is not a scam and that people who feel it is are just broke
Popular Nigerian singer, Olakira, recently caused a buzz on social media after he shared his interesting take on adulthood.
A slang went viral recently on the Nigerian social media space after a song by talented singer, Lade, was released.
The song which is titled ‘Adulthood na scam’ soon stirred massive reactions on social media as a number of people agreed with it.
Adulthood is not a scam
However, singer Olakira, seems to be one of the few people with a different opinion and he shared his take on social media.
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Taking to his official Twitter page, the Maserati crooner noted that adulthood is not a scam. According to him, people who feel it is a scam are just broke.
In his words:
“Adulthood no be scam, you are just broke.”
See the tweet below:
Internet users react as Olakira says adulthood is not a scam
Olakira’s unpopular opinion about adulthood raised a series of mixed reactions from fans on social media. Read what some of them had to say about it below:
“As God do give am small money how ein no go run mouth, mumu.”
“This one don go smoke .... The validity attached to money for this country Na hin lead us to where we dey now. Adult hood is not a scam , u are just broke , one youth go see this post he go ginger go do something stupid and u go still call him name for one of Ur songs ... Many of us no just get sense.”
“This one is slow sha, no be adulthood birth brokenness??”
“Yup. But even the more money the more problems ♀️.”
“That song is for trenches, rich people can’t relate.”
“People are really broke oh, thank God for cruise .”
“I am broke and so? Am I the only one that’s broke? Why are you shouting on my head?”
“Because say na scam na why I broke. As a child, dem Dey gift me money, 100, 200, 500 even 1k . Now to win giveaway as adult na war.”
Don't live shawarma life on Gala income - Olakira
Singer Olakira some time back decided to take up the role of a motivational speaker.
The Maserati crooner gave advice on spending wisely according to one's earnings so as not to end up with regrets.
Olakira's advice was a wake-up call for some of his colleagues and fans who are fond of living expensive lifestyles and going out of their ways to buy things just to oppress others.