King Westt, the son of MC Oluomo recently spurred debates online after sharing a video of the moment he rained N1000 new notes on the famous Fuji star, Kwam 1.
In the clip, King Westt whose father currently occupies the position of chairman, Lagos State Parks and Management Committee, dropped money bills into a carton with some other individuals while Kwam 1 sang praises of them.
Singing in Yoruba, Kwam 1 reiterated: “Awon omo Musiliu, awon omo Ayinde” which translates to ‘Children of Musiliu, Children of Ayinde’.
Watch the video below:
In reaction to the clip, Nigerians accused the government of being partial as they argued that people like such can never be arrested just like others.
One @ade_jumoke967 wrote: “In the end, those they were trying to punish still have more than enough access to the new money. It’s still masses receiving the punishment in their stead.”
a_biola1 wrote: “Efcc won’t see these ones to arrest.”
prankhottie wrote: “Na politicians and family hold the money.”
duchessofdivas wrote: “They should carry all of them, if not then they should release that girl.”
hon.akinkunmi_kelly27 wrote: “Don’t blame the spenders or the receiver, obviously, they bought the mint at the venue. The question is, where did the seller get the new notes from? The energy shouldn’t be on the spender. And we all can see they sprayed responsively. I’m not speaking for anyone but it’s the fact.”
posho_beads_fascinators wrote: “De won’t arrest these ones oo”