Nigerians Troll Zlatan Ibile Over Grammatical Error In Reaction To Xenophobic Attacks In S’Africa

September 4, 2019
514 Views

Nigerian Indigenous rapper, Zlatan Ibile is currently facing heavy critics on Twitter after he reacted to the recent wave Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other nationals in South Africa.

These past few days have been saturated with news of xenophobic attacks in South Africa on black people.

There have been some gruesome videos in circulation on the internet showing many Nigerians and foreigner being killed, maimed, lynched and their properties destroyed by South African locals in a surge of xenophobic attacks.

Zlatan, who was trying to react to air his opinion like every other Nigerian celebrity, made what seems like a grammatical error. He wrote:

“Deep down my heart I feel sad on the situation of things and happenings. Violence is never a solution but rather chaos. My people let’s pray and hope people in power handle the situation on ground.”

Some Nigerians instead of overlooking or correcting his grammatical blunder, have chosen to take a swipe at the rapper.

You may be interested

Roma, Napoli Linked With Atletico Madrid Nigerian Striker
Sports
2 views
Sports
2 views

Roma, Napoli Linked With Atletico Madrid Nigerian Striker

Webby - June 11, 2024

Roma have reportedly made Spanish-born Atletico Madrid Nigerian Striker, Samuel Omorodion, their top target to replace Romelu Lukaku.With Lukaku set…

2026 WCQ: Ghana Drop To Second After Comoros Beat Chad Away To Go Top
News
4 views
News
4 views

2026 WCQ: Ghana Drop To Second After Comoros Beat Chad Away To Go Top

Webby - June 11, 2024

Comoros has leapfrogged Ghana to take the top spot in Group I of the African qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA…

Diaz: I’ve No Plans To Leave Liverpool
Sports
2 views
Sports
2 views

Diaz: I’ve No Plans To Leave Liverpool

Webby - June 11, 2024

Liverpool winger, Luis Diaz has revealed that he has no plans to leave the club this summer.Recall that the Colombia…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.