- Popular Twitter user Daniel Regha has shared his opinion concerning Kizz Daniel's new Buga video
- The controversial figure noted that the video director TG Omori could have done a better job because the video and the song's energy do not match
- Omori spotted the criticism and said that Regha who can't put together a proper look shouldn't be giving such a take
Popular controversial Twitter troll Daniel Regha did not shy away from dropping his opinion about Kizz Daniel's video for his trending single Buga.
The video was directed by TG Omori and Regha pointed out that he did not do a good job because it doesn't carry the same energy as the song.
Another error Regha pointed out was that the video didn't promote inclusivity as it is centred around Nigerians.
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The video director TG Omori spotted the analysis and in his reply pointed out that someone like Regha who cannot put together a proper look wants to teach him how to create a proper video.
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See the exchange below:
Reactions to the exchange
"He need to go and look after himself first the guy talk bull$hit."
"But truth be told, I didn't see energy from either kizz Daniel or or Tekno."
"But he is right. I expected more from the video. It doesn’t carry the same energy with the song itself."
"I wonder how this guy gained so much relevance."
"Daniel Regha don finally collect"
"The video might not meet up to some People's choice/standard....But totally condemning someone's work in the name of criticism isn't right."
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