Kings and queens should stay off social media – BBA star, Tayo Faniran

May 20, 2020
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BBA star, Tayo Faniran and Ooni of Ife with his Queen

Big Brother Africa star, Tayo Faniran has reacted to the Ooni of Ife’s wife, Olori Prophetess Naomi’s statement on her alleged marriage crash, saying social media is no place for royalties.

The Queen had addressed via her Instagram page the rumours that her marriage crash. She explained that all the claims were nothing but lies.

Meanwhile, reacting to this post, BBA star, Tayo Faniran stated it isn’t normal for a King or Queen to explain him/herself on social media.

He wrote;

“ I personally feel Royalties (Kings and queens) should stay off social media. It’s weakening the respect for the crowns of our lands. Since when is it normal for a king or queen to be explaining him/herself to commoners.

“Social media presence is good for all of us these days but Royalties can have people do it for them. Social media is the rain that fell and packed the duck and fowls in same space.

He added, “Very soon our kings will start dancing on Tiltok, oh come on this isn’t how the stories were told.”

Tayo represented Nigeria during the ninth season of Big brother Africa, where he became the runner-up on Day 63 after receiving 2/14 votes to win.

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