Laycon, a former winner of Big Brother Nigeria Lockdown, sparked a Twitter feud with a controversial tweet.
In his tweet, Laycon hinted at the existence of individuals who were displeased with the current administration.
He implied that there were people eagerly awaiting the administration’s failure, with some even praying for it to happen because their preferred candidate did not win.
This tweet from Laycon quickly caused a stir, as many people expressed their dissatisfaction and frustration.
Social media users swiftly criticized Laycon, advising him to refrain from getting involved in political matters and instead focus on his own affairs.
Some argued that his statement was insensitive, particularly to those who did not actively support or vote for Tinubu.
Critics questioned how people’s desires could have a negative impact on Nigeria when their prayers did not have a positive effect on it.
See some reactions below:
MENDOZA A @Dnpassion:
“So na their prayers make inflation raise to 26%. Mumu.”
“You are part of the problem; capitalizing on national issues of concern to incite division.”
LOLO & @LoloEtny:
“There are o… it’s their joy to see things fall apart.”
CALLISTUS CHEKWUBE AKANNA…:
“Hoping and praying won’t make things better or not. Policies and cutting of excess spending will. And stop borrowing.”
Oba Deyemi Oloyede @Obadeye…:
“Ask Brymo! But Laycon, don’t swim in this water, stay clear or be objectively balanced, no reasonable citizen will want the Nation to burn because one candidate did not win but whoever wins, fairness and integrity must ensue.”
“No wonder Erica called you a drumstick because you dey reason like drumstick. Werey, is it our prayers that increased fuel price? Nonsense and agbado.”
Nnáogo (#DaddyOla #DrCrypto):
“Why you run go UK sK.”
Chimamanda @chimaobi nteoma:
“You look like a chicken.”
Pulsechain Fanatic @YankeeDoodl…:
“You can’t lend your to call out someone who forged his certificate and was involved in heroin trafficking in US and has the audacity to become the president of this country but you think you can gaslight people for speaking up. Go Sidon one place oga.”