Watch: Tory Lanez Calls Out IK Ogbonna For Using Nigerian Flag On His Instagram Live
Tory Lanez has gained quite a new audience since the coronavirus pandemic as the Canadian entertainer has been keeping bored people all over the world entertained with his “Quarantine Radio.”
Lanez holds the “Quarantine Radio” on Instagram Live and has people joining in from all over the world in the wake of the lockdown going on in many countries due to the coronavirus outbreak.
During yesterday’s Instagram Live session, Lanez called out Nigerian actor IK Ogbonna over his continual usage of the Nigerian flag on his Instagram Live.
”Special announcement, maybe the most special announcement all day, IK Ogbonna please stop posting the same f**king flag,” he said.
Despite the “special announcement,” the hunky Nollywood star continued and this made the rapper call him out again. This time, Lanez said:
“IK Ogbonna you’re still throwing up same flag. We know you’re repping for your city, but please stop.”
Check out Tory Lanez’s call-out below:
Tory Lanez don clear Ik Ogbonna, until he finally embarrassed himself 😂pic.twitter.com/417Hbd1Euy
— DADDY THE FATHER (@SemiloooreAkoni) April 14, 2020
In an Instagram live session of his own, the actor has explained that he is not in the habit of dropping flags on Insta Live videos only but drops them everywhere.
He went on to say that the insults his dropping of the flag caused him to drop more because he wanted to “pepper” till the people insulting him are tired.
Watch his explanation below:
IK ogbonna explains reason behind the flag thing and how it all started 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/5eLrAGojrP
— Osama🌚 (@osirmah) April 14, 2020
Check out reactions to the incident from Twitter users below:
Nigerians feelings towards IK Ogbonna globally pic.twitter.com/12ouBJHmji
— the real bolanle (@ImaniDH) April 14, 2020
Tory Lanez did special announcement and told IK OGBONNA TO STOP POSTING FLAG😂😂😂#QuarantineRadio
— Item7🌹: The Sucre Mamacita💦 (@_AdukeAde) April 14, 2020
The fact that IK Ogbonna thinks dropping the Flags will continue to pepper Twitter People is funny.
According to the constitution of Twitter, nobody is SUPERIOR and anyone who misbehave can be called out as many times as possible, and any attempt to Shalaye brings more dragging.
— Tife🌚 (@Tife_fabunmi) April 14, 2020
IK Ogbonna is the kind of Igbo man that will report his wife to her family members if she mistakenly burns Oha soup.
— Aros (@Damii_aros) April 14, 2020
nigerians to ik ogbonna when he is trying to explain the reason behind the “🇳🇬” on tory lanez live video pic.twitter.com/9nMwPankNF
— DETUN GOLD (@DetunGold) April 7, 2020
I told you guys ..
Nigerians will embarrass you .. what’s this ?? "Ik ogbonna assistant"☹️🙆♂️ pic.twitter.com/ts9IhdY1Va
— Fred Diaries⚘ (@fred_diaries1) April 10, 2020
Just last week, African Twitter users slammed Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim for “demeaning comments” she made about Africa during Lanez’s Instagram Live.
Ibrahim had said if the Instagram Live was being held by an African celebrity, the comment sessions would be filled with account numbers of people begging for money.
Many felt her comments were inappropriate as it didn’t present Africa in good light to the rest of the world.