Nigerians drag American rapper, Offset over a spelling error, years after he condemned Nigerian’s spoken English (Video)

January 15, 2021
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American rapper and singer, Kiari Kendrell Cephus popularly known as Offset, has been dragged to filth by Nigerian Twitter users after he made a spelling error in a tweet.

Nigerians drag Offset

Nigerians drag Offset

The rapper had taken to Twitter to advise his fans to give credit to people whenever it is due. He, however, misspelt ‘due’ as ‘do’.

“Give credit when it’s do”, he tweeted.

Nigerians drag offset

Nigerians drag offset

A Nigerian dug up an old interview video of Offset made years ago after he paid a visit to Nigeria. The 29-year-old singer was asked about his experience in Nigeria and he said Nigerian’s English is not good.

Watch the video below,

The video, apparently, triggered a lot of Nigerians as they took to his comment section to drag him for his grammatical error.

See some of the reactions below,

@rejymiah wrote, “Talking about our English in Nigeria not being good yet you cant spell “due” …. i will CHOOSE to look at my account balance and not say anything more.”

@Rt_Hon_Olayinka wrote, “I for say make I correct am but dude get bastard money. Rich man no dey ever gbagaun Face with tears of joy”.

@Adeyemisilas1 wrote, “Check all his social media, many of his spellings and sentences ain’t even correct.”

See more comments below,

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