Ruger, the Nigerian singer, has reacted to the criticism trailing his performance at his recent concert in Canada.
During the concert last week, Ruger thrilled thousands of fans in Canada who had come to watch his performance.
The ‘Dior’ crooner later called out five female concertgoers on stage to shake their buttocks.
“Warm up your y***h. Before you come to me, warm up your y***h,” he said.
He was also seen caressing and groping some of the ladies — although with their consent.
The video, however, didn’t sit well with some of his Nigerian fans.
People told Ruger to be careful over that video of him grinding and grabbing some babes’ ass in Toronto but he replied saying Naija trolls are struggling to get fuel.Advertisement
He doesn’t know he can be given consent and still be accused of sexual harassment abroad.
— OTUNBA (@ManLikeIcey) June 5, 2023
Its just wild to imagine seeing the woman your heart leaps for queued up on stage waiting her turn to be fondled by RUGER🙂🙂🙂Advertisement
Nah, it’s mental to picture😌
— BigFish🐳🇯🇲🇦🇷🎶🎶🎶 (@HitzLuzick) June 5, 2023
Ruger needs to slow down. Not everyone tweeting from Nigeria is hunting for fuel lol. People are looking out for him lest one of these same girls come crying foul tomorrow.Advertisement
He ought to know that, in those countries, he can be given consent and still sued for sexual harassment.
— Marvin Plim † (@MarvinPlim) June 5, 2023
Ruger be low key ashawo 💀 pic.twitter.com/QO1Ez2IZhmAdvertisement
— Dami’ Adenuga (@DAMIADENUGA) June 4, 2023
And someone is dating Ruger
And someone is dating these ladies too
— MR AHMED 🇳🇬 (@UncleMohamz) June 4, 2023
I hope one of these girls will not wake up one day and say “I felt violated and traumatized.” Ruger should thread with caution. That is not Nigeria. pic.twitter.com/GUkwsKSdc4
— Dr Penking™🇳🇬🇦🇺 (@drpenking) June 4, 2023
Reacting to the backlash via his Instagram page on Monday, Ruger taunted his Nigerian critics for “spoiling our fun”.
He also wondered why “trolls struggling to buy fuel” still have the vim and vigour to attack celebrities on social media.
“It’s funny how these naija twitter trolls struggling to buy fuel try to spoil our fun,” he wrote.
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Since President Bola Tinubu announced the end of the petrol subsidy, Nigerians have struggled to get the product; owing to the scarcity and current price.
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