A young Nigerian man got more than he bargained for when he decided to post a cult song on his WhatsApp status.
The guy uploaded a video of him and some friends vibing to a song said to be the anthem of a certain cult group in the country.
He wore a yellow shirt with a cap to match and this is the signature colour for Buccaneers. After his status was seen by cult members, they somehow got his contact and started grilling him via the DM.
A cultist asked him to identify himself properly so that they could know if he is one of them. Another told him that their capone whom he referred to as ‘pilot’ wanted to see him.
The student who was scared, later took to his Instagram story to repost the video of him and three guys vibing to the cult song and attached chats while denying that he is a cultist.
He blamed one of his friends named Damo K for getting him into trouble as it seems he was the one who came up with the idea.
He also hurriedly deleted his WhatsApp to avoid being contacted any further by the men querying him.
“Damo K see wetin you cause. Me I no be cultist oh”, he captioned.
See the post below:
iamlavish8; Ano order flight nah , why pilot Dey call me 🤣
live_with_no_regret_; You go explain when you reach kaba 😂😂😂
new_cartelo; Pilot keh, which time I book flight ✈️ 😂
youaintfred; which time you go aviation school?? 😂
In related news, a suspected member of Aye Confraternity has called on his older colleagues to cease the needless cult clashes and focus on making the society better.
The young man said he is a new generational Aye and their principle is to improve the lives of people in their community not take lives.
He said that the goal for the cult group should be to compete on infrastructural development and youth empowerment instead of diabolic acts.
The alleged cultist said that he and those in the new generation are investors who are not going to participate in the violent battles against rival cult groups.
According to him, there should be a switch in their way of life which should see them bragging about using their money to outdo other cult groups in transforming communities for good.
He challenged his peers to come out and start using their positions as well wealth to influence positive change.