Paul Okoye, the singer fondly called Rudeboy, has sent a thinly-veiled message to Brymo, his colleague, over his recent controversial posts about the Igbos.


In the past few weeks, the ‘Ara’ crooner has been in the public eye over his controversial tweets about the Igbo community.

Brymo, who had earlier endorsed Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the February election, recently said the ‘Igbos are not ready for the presidency’.

In recent Twitter posts, the award-winning singer also made a derogatory remark about the Igbo community.


“F**k The Ndi Igbo!! ..To Hell With It!!”. Well I know many Igbo people … and reality looks awry in them..” he wrote.


The tweets provoked a wave of criticism on social media with some users expressing their disappointment with Brymo.

Joining the fray, Paul, who is a member of the music group P-Square, aimed a dig at his colleague who he described as “a tribal bigot.”

Although Rudeboy didn’t mention Byrmo’s name, he also expressed his disappointment with the singer who he accused of chasing clout.

“Mind what you are preaching .. election will come and go, we all will move on …But you decided to be a tribal bigot because you think you are getting some attention by insulting a particular region of Nigeria and some people are praising you. As an artiste I’m only disappointed,” Rudeboy wrote.


Brymo has been under fire since he endorsed Tinubu for the presidency.


Okoye, on the other hand, is one of the celebrities backing Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), ahead of next month’s election.

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