SaidaBoj Thrashes Dat Warri Girl for Tackling Her Views on Nedu’s Podcast: “E Pepper U I Like Money”

SaidaBoj Thrashes Dat Warri Girl for Tackling Her Views on Nedu’s Podcast: “E Pepper U I Like Money”

  • SaidaBoj, the viral social media user and brand influencer, is still on the lips of many following the message sent to Dat Warri Girl 
  • Recall that the outspoken young girl buzzed the internet with her views on “talking stage” with a man
  • Dat Warri Girl came across the viral clip and made some observations, which led to a lengthy outburst from SaidaBoj
  • In a brief conversation with, Tim, an active social media user, gave his views about SaidaBoj's saga with the comedian 

Viral social media user and brand influencer Sarah Idaji Ojone, better known as SaidaBoj, attacked online comedian Dat Warri Girl over a comment she made about her.

SaidaBoj earlier buzzed the internet with her views on “talking stage” and seeking financial assistance from men.

SaidaBoj thrashes Dat Warri Girl
SaidaBoj comes for Dat Warri Girl for tackling her views on Nedu’s podcast. Credit: @saidaboj, @datwarrigirl
Source: Instagram

During the conversation held on OAP Nedu’s podcast, The Honest Bunch, the social media pinfluencer revealed that it takes her the first 24 hours of meeting a man to ask him for money. She said the least she would demand was N500k.

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The clip went viral and gathered massive backlash online from a couple of celebrities, including Dat Warri Girl.

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The comedian slammed SaidaBoj and pointed out that with her tactics in billing men, she wasn’t putting on any visible gold to display her wealth.

SaidaBoj comes for Dat Warri Girl

The controversial internet sensation, via a 2:27-minute video, hurled shades at Dat Warri Girl and warned her never to get involved in her business.

SaidaBoj claimed that the comic creator was angry because she chose wealth instead of lavishing in poverty.

Watch her video below:

People do anything to trend these days

In a brief conversation with, Tim, an active social media user, criticised SaidaBoj and pointed out that she was not mates with the comedian.

"She doesn't have sense. Anything to trend these days... Warrigal has made her mark in the industry. Wetin she for don do."

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Reactions trail SaidaBoj’s video compiled the reactions below:


"Nedu is just using her stup-dity to gain audience she not knowing how this would impact in her life all in the name of trends and clout chase."


"This girl just SHATTAP for once!! Noise everywhere!"


"Saidaboj that girl don dey this social media for a very long time, your level no reach no cap."


"The insult enter well next time she will mind her business."


"Jokes apart, who told this lady she is beautiful? Though they said beauty lies in the eyes of beholder shiaaa."


"Did the Warri girl lie??? If she see the gold for your body e for no pain am Girlll u always tacky and wanna be in every man’s pocket you don’t have to fight for it really classy girls effortlessly get it speaking of bosses baby you can’t even top that list probably you did in your own community tho."

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"Hope say this ur tlk tlk na inside hus and podcast u dy always Dey ooo. Cus if dem catch u outside body go tell u i dy wait for apology video."

SaidaBoj reveals why men should pay recalls reporting a comment SaidaBoj shared about her beauty and why she feels men need to pay her for looking beautiful.

She explained during her interview with Nedu that she spends a lot on skincare to maintain herself, and anyone who wants to get close should be willing to pay her.

Proofreading by Nkem Ikeke, journalist and copy editor at


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