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“Ojapiano Kill You There” – Redcap Blondie Slams KCEE

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Ojapiano kill you there!”

Hold on to your keyboards, folks, because Twitter just witnessed an eruption of emotions.

The target of this virtual inferno? None other than the multi-talented Nigerian singer, entertainer, and savvy businessman, Kcee.


In a blazing tweet, a twitter user with the handle @redcap_blondie didn’t mince her words as she accused Kcee of playing both sides and neglecting to support the Igbo community during the recent Nigerian elections.

But that wasn’t all. She also pointed an accusing finger at Kcee’s friend, MC Oluomo, claiming that he not only threatened the Igbos but also took action without facing any consequence.

Let’s set the scene for a moment. The Nigerian elections, which took place on February 25, 2023, featured prominent contenders like Peter Obi, Atiku Abubakar, and Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Peter Obi, the former governor of Anambra State, represented the Labour Party.

Atiku Abubakar, the former vice president of Nigeria, carried the flag for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

And Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the former governor of Lagos State, championed the cause of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The votes were counted, and the results revealed Peter Obi as the victor.

However, allegations of voter fraud and irregularities cast a shadow over the elections, sparking widespread controversy.

Now, let’s shine a spotlight on MC Oluomo, the formidable chairman of the Lagos State chapter of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW).

A force to be reckoned with in Lagos politics, MC Oluomo’s unwavering support for the ruling APC has earned him both admirers and critics alike.

And then there’s Kcee, the musical maestro known for his chart-topping hits like “Limpopo” and “Pull Over.”

Besides his musical prowess, he has made waves in the business world, with ventures ranging from a record label to a clothing line and even a restaurant.

@redcap_blondie’s tweet ignited a raging debate on Twitter about Kcee’s involvement, or lack thereof, in the Nigerian elections.

Supporters rushed to defend him, arguing that as a private citizen, he has the right to remain apolitical.

However, critics lambasted him, contending that with great fame comes a responsibility to speak out against injustice.

This controversy surrounding Kcee serves as a powerful reminder of the intricate dance between fame and responsibility.

Public figures like him face scrutiny, and their actions often shape public perception.

In this case, Kcee’s silence on the Nigerian elections has stirred accusations of indifference toward the struggles faced by the Igbo community.

The ball now lies in Kcee’s court, and it remains to be seen how he will respond to the criticisms.

Yet, this uproar has ignited a necessary conversation about the role of celebrities in society.

It highlights the importance of using their platforms to stand up against injustice while being mindful of the impact their words and actions hold.

In the grand tapestry of Nigeria, we are all woven together, each with our unique backgrounds, beliefs, and perspectives.

Amidst disagreements, let us approach these discussions with respect, a touch of humor, and an open mind.

For it is through unity that we discover our true strength.

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