“Fuel Will Go Down, I Love Him & Let Him Work,” Lege Miamii Says, Defends Tinubu in Viral Clip

“Fuel Will Go Down, I Love Him & Let Him Work,” Lege Miamii Says, Defends Tinubu in Viral Clip

  • Nigerian actor and skit maker Lege Miamii trends online as he finally reacts to the trolling, insults and abuses he has endured over the last few days
  • Lege, who is a huge supporter of President Bola Tinubu, released a video to address people who have been trolling him since the hike in the price of fuel started
  • Legit.ng, after seeing Lege's post reached out to the skit maker to see how he was faring amidst the hike in prices of fuel and galloping inflation that has consumed the nation

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Famous Nigerian actor and relationship counsellor Lege Miamii seems to have had enough of the bashing fired at him over the last few days due to his support of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

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In a viral clip, the skit maker reacted to the bashing, calling for patience while noting that there's no gain without pain.

Photos of Lege Miamii, Bola Ahmed and Sanwo-olu
Yoruba actor and comic Lege Miamii trend online as he finally reacted to the bashing aimed at him amidst the petrol price hike. Photo credit: @legemiamii/@asiwajuabt
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However, amidst his call for patience, he didn't hesitate to blame Nigerians who were attacking him for supporting President Tinubu.

After seeing this viral clip, Legit.ng reached out to Lege Miamii to get his thoughts about the current state of things in the country, including the hike in the price of petrol and the cost of living.

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"Tinubu is doing well, we can feel his impact," - Lege said

During our short chat with Lege, he didn't flinch in his support for the president. He reiterated his admiration for Tinubu while noting that people were not patient.

"Mr President is doing well, Asiwaju is doing well I have nothing bad to say about him. The truth is that we're feeling his impact, that is why people are talking about him. Me particularly I am feeling him. I want him to continue the good work he has started."

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He also took the opportunity to talk about his fight with Iyabo Ojo during the 2023 campaign season.

Lege said:

"I and Aunty Iyabo, we're colleagues. She's my senior colleague, and whatever happened during campaign season was just normal election stuff. I don't think there's anything more to it. Though, we are yet to meet and talk one-on-one."

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Legit.ng also unearthed the truth behind the lawsuit filed in court by Mr Macaroni against Lege Miamii.

He was quick to dismiss it, saying Mr Macaroni was his friend and he had no case against him. To a large extent, Lege's response seemed to connote that Mr Macaroni had settled the lawsuit against the Yoruba actor out of court.

Lege Miami goes gaga after meeting E-Money, clip trends

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Controversial Nollywood actor and comic Kehinde Adams, better known as Lege Miami, has stirred hilarious reactions online after a clip of his recent visit to the home of Nigerian billionaire E-Money emerged.

In the viral clip, Lege lost his mind after E-Money publicly told him he is a massive fan of him and his single's show.

E-Money further encouraged him to do more, noting that Lege's shows are entertaining.

Source: Legit.ng

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