The singer expressed his view on the story regarding the anti-Igbo comments he made in the beginning.
Nigerian vocal artist, Olawale Ibrahim Ashmi Salfaripopularly known as Primohad apologized to the Igbo community for the recent “anti-Igbo” remarks he had made on the Internet.
The controversial singer, who came under fire for his controversial and controversial, often tribal-motivated comments, has been in the news all week. Primo decided to apologize to those who were offended by his tweets such as “F*ck The Ndi Igbo!! To Hell With It!!” And other insulting statements directed at the Orientals.
The singer shared his side of the story in an Instagram Live session, announcing that the whole quarrel started after he shared his view on the fact that the famous author Chimamanda Adichie She accepted the title of traditional Igbo chiefdom but disregarded a national honour, suggesting that this should not be the case given the fact that the chiefship should be claimed by the region.
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Primo then claimed that this was taken out of context and that he received insults, death threats and a petition was filed against him. The voice artist went on to say that someone asked him to apologize to the Igbos, to which he replied, “F*ck The Ndi Igbo!! To H*ll With It!” A statement he used to refer to those who were championing that movement for his downfall.
According to Primo, “she” refers to that movement, not the entire garment. He said:
I have not insulted the tribe (Igbos), nor will I. I apologize to anyone who is saddened by such a tweet. I was trying to think of very important things
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