Fireboy, a famous Nigerian singer, has created a stir online due to his preference for women. In a recent interview, the YBNL star said he prefers Yoruba girls over Igbo girls.
Not content with that, the Bandana crooner explained why, stating that Igbo girls are wicked.
Singer Fireboy Explains Why He Prefers Yoruba Girls Over Them in New Video
Fireboy, a famous Nigerian singer, has sparked outrage on social media after referring to Igbo girls as “wicked.” It all started with a recent interview that went viral on the internet.
In the viral video, the musician was asked to choose between Yoruba and Igbo girls and chose the former.
Not content with that, Fireboy explained why he made his choice. Fireboy thinks Igbo girls are evil and prefers Yoruba girls over them.
Igbo girls, according to the Bandana singer, are wicked. The singer said Yoruba girls are also nasty, but he wouldn’t have to spend as much money on them.
“Igbo girls are wicked,” he said. Yoruba girls are also wicked, but you don’t have to spend as much money.” Watch the video below:
Here are some Netizens’ reactions
Nigerians react after Fireboy refers to Igbo girls as wicked. On social media, reactions to the music star’s portrayal of Igbo girls were mixed. Some Igbo women confirmed his description of them, while others slammed him.
iamchommy_: “Igbo women always representing we die here ❤️..”
feeltheglory1: “Igbo – delta fear them.”
234konz: “Igbo ladies are all heartbreakers watin my eye sees from Ogechi, Jacinta, Amaka eh. Koburu “.”
beauty by.juicy: “Which of my Igbo sister show Fireboy shege.”
john_blaze_ogbuka: “This bodidn’t’t even speak like a professional artist. You just open your mouth wide and utter such rubb!s”.”
jason_nguyen_0: “They fit bill you 50 million for bride price.”
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