Veteran Nollywood actor, Taiwo Hassan, popularly known as Ogogo, has sparked reactions online over a chant music video for the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.
We reported that this is coming barely a few weeks after Ogogo’s colleague, Olaiya Igwe stormed the beach naked to pray for Tinubu’s victory. In the video which emerged online, Ogogo is captured chanting in Yoruba for the victory of Tinubu.
The video sparked mixed reactions from many fans of the actor. While some expressed disappointment, others claimed people should support their candidates in the different manner they choose to.
l.tobiloba wrote: “I believed this man to have dignity and honor! Even though we have the right to vote for whomever we choose, given the current state of the country, only those who benefit from the APC government’s corrupt system will support them. Mo fi olorun Oba sęlęri, Òfò ni gbogbo wan ma se”
kiingston_lee wrote: “And I use to respect this man oo”
chicfabricville wrote: “Honestly, I am not even bothered by their choice of candidate. After all, it is an individual choice. We all can’t support the same person. We all know the reason behind the support, so I don’t care. Na who dey rate them dey dey disappointed.”
kennyobba wrote: “Voting is by choice, stop making them your enemies because they want BAT. Na wetin pls dem be that. Make una vote who una like. I have not seen anyone attacking celebrities supporting Peter Obi. Kilonshele gan na, shogun laye ni”
hairbymto wrote: “It’s not about poverty. Many of these Yoruba celebrities have benefited from Tinubu. So I think they are just trying to be loyal.”
amy_hairline_ wrote: “I be like this ogogo man o … i thought he use to stand up for the truth… we movie no be reality….. but at least make them learn lesson from Wetin them dae teach na”
hiebywhumey wrote: “Dem just dey fight for their pocket” iam_zenith wrote: “Man Dey suffer for this life, just to feed the family u will accept anything once money is involve and the woman for industry buy house like water. All na grace”
classicvisuals wrote: “These guys in Yoruba movie industry are hungry slaves. We should expect more madness from them o”