Why it doesn’t matter if you win legally or illegally in life – Erigga

Nigerian rapper, Erigga has taken to social media to share a quote about life, on May 29, which is the country’s Inauguration Day.

He advised people to try and win by any means necessary, and it does not matter whether it is true a legal or illegal route.

According to him, once you win, the most that can be done against you is for the world to tag you a bad person.

This comes after the swearing-in ceremony of President Bola Tinubu who rode to victory on the back of an election the opposition described as flawed and questionable.

Erigga tweeted; “Legally or illegal just try win for this life 😤 highest the world fit do na to call you BAD PERSIN🤙”

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In other news, Nigerian lady, Christina, has narrated how her friend was left stranded and humiliated after traveling to visit a guy.

She left her city to link up with him for the first time as they’ve been chatting for a while, however, on getting to his place, he asked that they get intimate but she declined.

Throughout the night, he made moves to touch her, but the lady refused to let that happen, so he decided to drive her to the park the next morning.

The shocking part of what happened is that he put 30 naira inside an envelope and handed it to the girl before biding her goodbye but she did not know how much was inside.

When she checked and saw one N20 note and a single N10 note, she put a call across to him, but got to discover that he had blocked her.

According to the friend who shared the story, the agreement was for her to pay while coming to his place and he will handle the fare when she is going back, but due to her refusal to succumb to his request of intimacy, he decided to give her a ridiculous sum.

Christina wrote; “My friend traveled to visit this guy and when it was night he tried to touch her but she refused. This morning he drove her to the park, handed her an envelope and zoomed off.

Only for her to open the envelope and saw 30 naira, a 20 naira and 10 naira note. Immediately, she picked up her phone and tried call him but this guy had blocked her everywhere.

She paid while she was going and they agreed he would be the one to pay for her tfare back home.”