“Tolani Won’t Be Happy”: Crayon, Poco Lee, Bust Hot Moves in Club After BBNaija Star’s ‘No Dance’ Rule for Men
- Entertainers Crayo and Poco Lee are not paying any mind to a recent rule dropped by BBNaija’s Tolani Baj as it concerns clubbing
- The reality star who doubles as a DJ made it clear that she gets put off by men who proceed to dance in a club
- However, videos of Crayon and Poco Lee have since sparked hilarious reactions from Nigerians in the online community
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Dancer Poco Lee and Mavin artiste, Crayon, have caught the attention of netizens after publicly defying a recent social rule by Big Brother Naija (BBNaija)’s Tolani Baj.
The reality star caused a commotion on social media recently after expressing her strong reservation against men who dance while visiting clubs.
Taking the first swipe at Tbaj, Poco Lee shared a video showing the moment he graced the stage at a nightclub and proceeded to bust some serious dance moves.
“Na wetin Tolani Baj no like be this,” he captioned the video post.
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Also joining the dance to defy Tbaj’s rule, Mavin artiste Crayon shared a video on his TikTok page showing the moment he danced alongside friends during a nightclub appearance.
Social media users react
"Lol DJ wey no wan make people dance."
"Make guys no dance for club again?? Nawa o!"
"But Why person no go dance or shake body for club when no be burial you Dey attend ."
"Tolani will not be happy sha."
"Since tbaj made that tweet, I haven’t entered a single club, my legwork has even stopped working well."
"No dance rule by who exactly? See,na small thing dey vex me o."
"But let’s be sincere here, Apart from the fact that Poco is a Dancer, How many of you can Allow Your Man Dance like this in a party or club ?"
DJ plays viral Ellu P track in nightclub
Legit.ng reported that previously reported that a viral election day chant by LP supporter, Stephen Muoka, caught the attention of Nigerians online.
Muoka chanted the catchy words while he watched INEC officials count the results for LP’s presidential candidate, Peter Obi.
A video spotted online captured the moment a DJ put on a spin on the refined version of the words.