Rapper M.I Abaga Reveals Why He Thinks Twitter Is A Toxic Place

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Veteran Rapper, Jude Abaga, also known as M.I Abaga, has taken a jab at micro-blogging and social media platform, Twitter, in his recent post.

He shared his opinion advising users to be nicer when using the social media.

“After being away from Twitter for a while, I can clearly see how toxic this place is,” the rapper wrote.

“Wow! We need to create kinder energy for our young black people in this place,” he added.

M.I Abaga’s condemnation and advice come days after the Nigerian government lifted the ban on Twitter in Nigeria after seven months.

Meanwhile Amid public condemnation, controversial male Barbie, James Brown Apologises to the general public for sharing an intimate video wherein he flaunted his boyfriend.

According to him, he posted the viral video for entertainment purposes.

An apology published by his legal team reads in part: “We would like to state that the intention was for entertainment purposes just as every other influencer does on Instagram.

 But we understand that some lines may have been crossed in the videos posted by our client in his bid to entertain his fans.

Hence, why we sincerely apologise to the general public.”