“How Many You Dey Feed?” P-square’s Paul Okoye Says Self Entitlement Is Problem of Gen Z, Fans React

“How Many You Dey Feed?” P-square’s Paul Okoye Says Self Entitlement Is Problem of Gen Z, Fans React

  • Paul Okoye has made his grievances known on social media about the upcoming generation of youths in Nigeria
  • According to him, they like self-entitlement too much and the singer also noted that they would die of hunger if care is not taken
  • His post has generated reactions from fans in the comment section who aired their view about his utterance
  • In a chat with Legit.ng, media personality, Gbenga Shaba, said entitlement mentality is not only common among the youths alone

Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye, aka, Rude Boy has shared his two cents about the new generation of youths in the country.

He pointed out that the predominant issue they are grappling with is self-entitlement and cautioned that if not addressed, it could come with consequences.

Paul Okoye talks about problem of the youths.
Paul Okoye talks about problem of the youths. Photo credit @iamkingrudy
Source: Instagram

The singer also noted that most of the youths are not yet ready for a change.

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His post comes a few weeks after he shared a message about a woman whom he helped but turned around to curse him.

The woman had contacted the music artist to request money for purchasing blood for her ailing daughter, and Rude Boy assisted her despite the economic situation in the country.

It was gathered that the woman returned to request money, but Okoye chose to ignore her. In response, she decided to express her frustration by raining curses on him.

Below is the singer's post:

How fans reacted to Rudeboy's post

Reactions have trailed the post made by the singer. Here are some of the comments below:


"Dem no know you when you dey trek for Jos, no mind Dem Rudy."

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"Make l asked am one question Rudy boy how many people are you feeding in Nigeria?"


"Kingrudy why nah, are you trying to tell us that you are rude. Oh come on bro, I Dey see danger."


"Not only that, cluelessness and gullibility in most."


"Make this bros rest nobody they eat grass and nobody is begging from you use your money to feed your family."


"Na why I nor the send some of una, una nor sabi talk. The same fans and masses make una blow, una go inturn dey talk as if without them una for they where una dey."


"Back to sender."


"Werey when we don made you finish. Nobody Dey beg you for money ode. Cry cry baby.'


"As u marry that small girl u come turn motivational speaker online."


"Self entitlement and ungrateful people."

In a chat with Legit.ng, Shaba said entitlement mentality has denied a lot of youths the help they genuinely need.

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He said:

"I won't say Nigerian youths, because that will be generalising. But many do find themselves in this category. It has gotten so bad that it has ended up denying most youths who genuinely need help. That you support a celeb does not give you the entitlement to demand. You never signed an agreement towards that. People choose whom to support. It's free will, you don't get forced to support it. Many who should have gotten a better deal or support have foolishly lost it all because of their entitlement mentality. Many celebrities do give away, but if the one you are supporting is not interested in such, you either continue to support or find someone else to support. You have not signed an agreement for any form of entitlement."

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Legit.ng also reported that mixed reactions trailed Paul Okoye's comment after Bola Tinubu won the presidential election.

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The singer had supported Peter Obi during the election period. He described Obi as someone who would change the narrative in Nigeria.

His post was greeted with different reactions. Some applauded him while others bashed him.

Source: Legit.ng

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