- Nigerian musician, Speed Darlington, has complained bitterly about the state of things in the United States
- Speed Darlington made the comments during his Instagram live session and declared that it is not looking like Christmas in the US
- The young man added that said there's no money and a possible collapse is imminent, sparking mixed reactions from Nigerians
Popular Nigerian musician, Speed Darlington, is updating his fans with the situation of things in America.
He hinted that there is no money in the US during his Instagram live session, and said the streets are empty.
According to him:
"There's no money in America right now I dey go out every day there's nobody on the street, the streets are very empty that is a sign that there is no money, people have no money they are indoor."
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Speed Darlington also said he might abort his plans of staying in the US for a long period of time if the situation did not change.
He claimed financial experts have predicted that a collapse is coming.
"There's a collapse coming, financial experts are saying it and it's already here I believe it. If you go out nobody is spending streets empty."
Speed finally hinted that white people don't joke with Christmas but the usual crowded places prior to the celebration are now empty.
Check out his post below:
Reactions from Nigerians
Nigerians have reacted to Speed Darlington's comments about the US and some of them feel he can't discourage them from travelling abroad.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
"You can never discourage me from the overseas abroad."
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"Whatever this man says is correct."
"If money no dey US that means Nigeria own go worst pass this Christmas oh."
"Its easier in the US when you have a degree or a valuable talent, if not you are in trouble."
"Akpi, come back home naw.. If money no dey, come back home."
"If there's a job to be done, there's money to be made!"
Speed Darlington bitterly rants as police arrest him, says he needs a lawyer
Legit.ng earlier reported that Speed Darlington recently shared a video of his encounter with a policeman.
The rapper listed different reasons why he was targeted by the police and added that he was taken to an unknown location.
Darlington then demanded the services of a lawyer to answer the questions he was being asked by the policeman.