Nigerian singer and one half of the Psquare Duo, Paul Okoye, aka Rudeboy, has dragged his comedian AY Makun for not being straightforward
As the 2023 General elections continue to draw near, many bold Nigerian celebrities have openly come out to support their candidates
Others have gone the extra mile to use their page and resources to push for massive support for their choice candidates
One of the few Nigerian celebrities who have been relentless in His support for His candidate is Paul Okoye, who is an avid follower of Peter Obi
Now here is why Rudeboy is calling out his colleague in the entertainment industry, Ay Makun
Hours ago that the box office king called on Nigerian youths to be more politically aware while asking where their PVCs will lead them.
The father of two went on to twerk the names of well-known presidential candidates in his caption while reposting his tweet on Instagram, an act which clearly doesn’t state who he is throwing his weight behind.
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His caption reads: “Can your level of Atikulation to this question be traced to your senses of Obedience in saying “EMI lokan”.
Responding to AY’s tweet, Paul Okoye told him not to stand on the fence.
The father of three wrote: “Bro make una no dey stand for fence”.
Ay however didn’t take Paul’s comment with a pinch of salt as he threw back a likely provocative comment almost immediately.
He wrote: “@kingrudy some of do pass you for this matter. If you no know, ask questions, you get my number.
However it is still unclear which way Ay Makun Sways, though He does have the right to withhold the name of the candidate He is supporting
But many believe this is a revolutionary era where our decision at the polls will either negatively or positively impact us and the country at large
Hence all hands need to show their cards openly, so everyone knows those who were part of the negative or positive change
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