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Dissing someone over their age or financial status is silly – Simi

Dissing someone over their age or financial status is silly – Simi 1

Famous Nigerian singer, Simisola Kosoko, popularly known as Simi, said that she thinks dissing someone with their age or financial status is “silly”.

Simi stated this in her Instastory, noting that those who diss others because they are older or broke lack the creativity and smartness to put people in their place.

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She further stated that those who bully people over their age are not intelligent because they would also grow old unless they die early.

In her words,

“If you really want to diss someone and you go the age route like “you’re so old” – you’re actually slly. Only way you’re not getting to that point is if you’re no longer here loool. Also, money. “You’re so broke” is also silly” It’s embarrassing to not be able to creatively and smartly put someone in their place. PS: IG turn me to stargirl smh”

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See the screenshot below:

Dissing someone over their age or financial status is silly – Simi 2

In other news concerning the songstress, Simi aired her view on the 2023 elections. This is coming after the conclusion of the 2023 Guber and State House of Assembly elections, as, according to her, the election was “a joke” because there was “blatant rigging” and nobody is addressing the situation. Taking to her Twitter, she noted that the 300 million naira budget for the election could have been used to fix some hospitals as, according to her, the Independent National Electoral Commission already knew who was going to win.

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In her words:

“300 billion naira budget for this joke of an election. @inecnigeria

you might have as well given them back the money to fix some hospitals and schools and just used finger to point at the people you wanted to select.

The blatant rigging and nobody in power addressed it. Lol. Giant problem of Africa.

Anybody that saw the disenfranchisement and didn’t condemn it better keep their prayers for Nigeria. She doesn’t need prayers from people like you.”

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