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See What Charly Boy Said Over Accusation Of Owing 7 Years Rent

Controversial Nigerian artist Charles Oputa, also known as Charly Boy, has responded to the claim that he has unpaid rent in Lagos State for seven years.

According to, Charly Boy got into problems after claiming that, in contrast to Igbo victimization in the western part of Nigeria, he had never heard of harassment of Yoruba people in the Southeast.

The musician claimed that whenever an election period approaches, the Igbos are typically the subject of interethnic animosity in a tweet that was posted on Twitter.

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He tweeted: “Almost 70 years, I have lived. I have never heard any story of my Yoruba brothers being harassed or terrorized in the eastern part of this country, Why is the reverse the case in the west? What offense did their Igbo brothers commit to always be targeted any time election draws near?”


A man who claimed to be Charly Boy’s former neighbor responded to this by claiming that despite living in the Gbagada neighborhood of Lagos for up to seven years without paying rent and tearing down a fence to build his studio, Charly Boy was never harassed.

He tweeted: “We were neighbours at 1 Ajidagan Street, 2nd Pedro, Gbagada. Charly Boy pulled down our fence with his to put a 20 ft container in the rented property for a studio.

“Apart from destroying the house, his Yoruba landlady died heartbroken, fighting to collect 7 yrs rent Charly boy owed.”

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In response to the accusation, Charly Boy wrote in another post that some people appeared to find his tweet to be problematic.

He is simply concerned with the welfare of every Nigerian, hence he doesn’t care how people respond to the message to fit their narrative.

He tweeted: I see say dis my tweet dey worry sm pple wey der way no pure. Sm people dey wan carry matter go to a place wey go suit their narrative. I understand, no wahala but I really don’t care. Na how Nigeria go better for everybody na em I Dey. Period. Sm pple Mumu na factory fitted.



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