Paul Okoye, also known as Rudeboy, has responded to Olawale Olofooro, aka Brymo’s anti-Igbo tweets, encouraging him to practice what he preaches because the 2023 general elections will come and go, but his views will not be forgotten. Brymo, who has long stated his opposition to voting for the Labour Party’s presidential candidate, Peter Gregory Obi, since he is an Igbo man, took to the microblogging app Twitter in the early hours of Sunday morning to trash the tribe.
He tweeted: “F**k The Ndi Igbo !! .. To Hell With It!!”
Paul Okoye, also known as Rude Boy, a fervent supporter of Labour Party presidential candidate Brymo, turned to Twitter to respond to his colleague Brymo’s remark. The father of three expressed his disappointment in Brymo. He urged him to be careful with his preaching because the general election would be over in forty-eight days, and people would return to their regular lives.
Days ago, Brymo also came under fire for his anti-Igbo remarks. Brymo, who has endorsed Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate for 2023, stated in a tweet on Thursday that having Peter Obi, the former governor of Anambra, as the country’s president is not advisable. According to the musician, the Igbo presidency will remain a pipe dream as long as there is a discussion of Biafra in the South East.