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Comedian Seyi Law’s Regret: Eedris Abdulkareem’s Shocking Revelation

Seyi Law told me he regrets supporting President Tinubu - Eedris Abdulkareem

In a surprising turn of events, controversial Nigerian rapper Eedris Abdulkareem has revealed that comedian Seyi Law expressed deep regret for supporting President Bola Tinubu. Abdulkareem disclosed this during the latest episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast, where he shared a conversation he had with Seyi Law at a recent event.

According to Abdulkareem, Seyi Law publicly apologized to the audience at the event and renounced his support for Tinubu. He recounted Seyi Law’s words, “Abeg, make una no vex o! Everybody don curse me taya because I stand for Tinubu. I no dey im mandate again o!” Seyi Law reportedly admitted to making a grave error in supporting Tinubu and expressed remorse for his actions.

The rapper further quoted Seyi Law as saying, “My brother, I messed up. He said no be say im collect anything. He said he made the biggest mistake.” This revelation has sparked a wave of speculation and discussion among fans and followers of both Seyi Law and President Tinubu.

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While Seyi Law has not yet responded to Abdulkareem’s claims, his recent social media post praising President Tinubu and expressing willingness to vote for him again in the future stands in stark contrast to the rapper’s revelations. This conflicting information has left many wondering about the true sentiments of the popular comedian.

The unexpected twist in Seyi Law’s political stance has raised eyebrows and prompted questions about the comedian’s motives and beliefs. As fans eagerly await Seyi Law’s response to Abdulkareem’s podcast comments, the controversy surrounding his alleged change of heart continues to unfold.

In a country where political allegiances and affiliations are closely scrutinized, Seyi Law’s apparent shift in support has not gone unnoticed. The comedian’s admission of regret for backing President Tinubu has added a new layer of intrigue to the ongoing political discourse in Nigeria.

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As the public eagerly awaits further developments in this unfolding drama, one thing is clear: Seyi Law’s alleged change of heart has sparked a heated debate and raised important questions about the intersection of politics and entertainment in Nigeria.



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