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Dagrin Is Not A Legend (Pamilerin Says)

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Popular Social media Influencer, Pamilerin has aired his own opinion concerning Dagrin legendary status

See what he posted below👇🏻👇🏻


— Dr PamPam | Omo Iya Ologi (@UnclePamilerin) March 9, 2020

Dagrin wasn’t a legend before he died (Rip). He was just a cool rapper that was really respected in Nigeria. He
was a rapper the country could boast of because he was doing rap quite alright, but he did it at his own best which made him won the heart of many.

I know we attach emotions to every thing. But after his demise, I think he’s being over hyped. Some said if he was alive, Olamide won’t have blown (really? ). Olamide would blow & might even be bigger than him. This is music and anything can happen.

Take Psquare for example , after the split we were expecting Mr P to flop but he’s topping. So you don’t decide. Olamide blew up when we have other big rappers. Now people like Blaqbonez are also making waves where we still have other big rappers.

Dagrin is good no doubt, but Legend.. decide for yourself..

So guys.

Do you think Pamilerin is making sense

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Anthony Joshua says he is praying for Nigeria’s peace.

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Anthony Joshua has stated that he is currently sad about the turn of events in Nigeria as protests reach a whole new height on Tuesday night, October 20.

In a short clip, the British-Nigerian stated that he prays for the nation’s peace and positivity every night, adding that he also knows that it is getting to a stage where things are heating up. Joshua who currently holds the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles was first seen in Nigeria in 2019 when he visited his ancestral home Sagamu, Ogun state. With his middle name as ‘Oluwafemi’, Joshua melted the hearts of many Nigerians when he was seen trying hard to recite the Nigerian national anthem. He also recently celebrated Nigeria’s 60th independence after he was seen preparing a local meal while King Sunny Ade’s music revved the background. Joshua has severally professed his love for Nigeria, he earlier stated that he was not aware of SARS activities and that he is praying for the country.

He said, in a video posted on Instagram:

“Even though I’m not there with you in the physical, we’ve been trying to make efforts to support your protest in the ground.

“I know it’s getting to a stage where things are heating up and tensions are high. In my prayers at night, I’m praying for peace and positivity. We are organizing many care packaged for the people on the ground.”

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