Nigerian actor Emmanuel Ehumadu, has defended his comment on P-Square’s reunion after coming under criticism, adding that he did not insult anyone in his post.
Following the reunion of Paul and Peter Okoye of the now-defunct P-Square, Ehumadu had stated that the duo buried the hatchet because they were losing relevance in the music industry.
Taking to his Instagram page on Thursday, the actor also mocked fans who were congratulating the twin brothers on their reunion.
He said, “Rude Boy Paul of Psquare and his brother Peter noticed they were going out of the music market as solo artists and decided to come back together as they are tired of losing out. Una dey congratulate them. Una for continue na.” (sic)
His comment, however, did not sit well with many fans as they took to his comment section to berate him for his opinion, and some also advised him to take down the post.
Defending his assertion, Ehumadu said on Friday, “When a post is made, it’s called an opinion. You either agree or not.
The insult means you’re not mature enough for my level of understanding. Now you all should send something to my ‘aza’ to appease the gods of thunder!”
Sharing his account details, the actor said, “I said my honest opinion on my guys, P-Square with a clear heart without insulting anyone.
Now you all came down on me with all these heavy insults. This is too much on me and it’s choking me. You guys have to send something to my aza let me use and wash it down. This is not fair at all.” (sic)