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“You look like someone who begs for sex” – Laycon claps back at a troll that said he lacked flows and bars.

Popular Nigerian singer and BBNaija star, Olamilekan Agbeleshe, otherwise known as Laycon, has fired back at a Twitter user who rubbished his music career.

The user identified as Sir David expressed that Laycon who ventured into rap music full-time, was not a rapper with flows and bars.

“Sometimes, you’d wonder if folks on this music Twitter have ears. They are calling rappers with flows & bars and you’re calling Laycon. Must be ment though.” he wrote

Laycon clapped back saying the Twitter user looks like someone who is starved of everything good in life.

In his words;

“Bro, you look like someone who is starved of every good thing in life. And I don’t know if you’re married or not but you look like someone who begs his wife for sex every time.”

In other news, Popular Nigerian skit maker and actor, Samuel Perry better known as Broda Shaggi, has urged African fathers to show more love and affection to their children.

Shaggi, in a post shared via his Instastory, encouraged fathers to hug their children more and express their love for them instead of being hard-hearted.

According to the 29-year-old comedian, he can’t wait to have kids so he can shower them with love, care, and express how much he loves them at any given opportunity

He wrote,

“African fathers please hug your children! love them ….it matters a lot!
No be when pikin won enter University, you go give am first hug
I definitely will want my future kids to say “daddy I love you” every time they wake up.
I can’t wait to draw them so close to my heart that they will hear every beat coming from my heart.
Normalize telling your kids how much you love them.”

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