Nigerian Indigenous rapper, Zlatan Ibile is currently facing heavy critics on Twitter after he reacted to the recent wave Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other nationals in South Africa.
These past few days have been saturated with news of xenophobic attacks in South Africa on black people.
There have been some gruesome videos in circulation on the internet showing many Nigerians and foreigner being killed, maimed, lynched and their properties destroyed by South African locals in a surge of xenophobic attacks.
Zlatan, who was trying to react to air his opinion like every other Nigerian celebrity, made what seems like a grammatical error. He wrote:
“Deep down my heart I feel sad on the situation of things and happenings. Violence is never a solution but rather chaos. My people let’s pray and hope people in power handle the situation on ground.”
Deep down my heart I feel sad on the situation of things and happenings. Violence is never a solution but rather chaos . My people let’s pray and hope people in power handle the situation on ground 🤞
— #ZLATAN19 (@Zlatan_Ibile) September 3, 2019
Some Nigerians instead of overlooking or correcting his grammatical blunder, have chosen to take a swipe at the rapper.
RIP to English.
English was last seen with Zlatan 10 hours ago and has been pronounced dead.
We're looking for Zlatan. Please anybody with his location should dm.
— TweetingFingers👐🏼 (@Headking_) September 4, 2019
Someone said he is not surprised that is why zlatan ibele songs are not in English language🥴🥴
— Funke Fatai ❤️ #BBNaija (@phunky___) September 4, 2019
Zlatan tried too hard to sound intelligent.
— Mr yemi (@Yemihazan) September 4, 2019
“ Violence is never a solution but chaos”
This statement made by zlatan could pass as a double entendre … and I think the derived meaning here is — violence doesn’t solve problems but rather causes chaos.
Stop dragging Zlatan abeg🙄
— Igbo Made (@volqx) September 4, 2019
What zlatan was simply trying to say is wegodeywoundthemlikethat
— Oris (@_Ortodox) September 4, 2019
Naira Marley: Zlatan u no go talk about ds Xenophobia stuff
Zlatan: Shey make I talk, but I no go use pure English
NM: No.. Use English, na d message be koko
Z: He en.. Violence Is not d solution but rather chaos….
— Baller G.. 🇳🇬 (@spunkynigga) September 4, 2019
Zlatan should have just tweeted kapaichumarimarichupako instead of this ''violence isn't the solution but rather chaos" 😂
— Ragna Solskaja (@YinkaDerek) September 4, 2019
Zlatan should go back to primary
School his English is nothing but trash ……lol wetin b chaos wetin b riot
— 🇳🇬🇬🇭 (@badguychukka) September 4, 2019
Now people can’t even make mistakes Zlatan is not God and he makes mistakes but we won’t have any of it because he is Zlatan #zlatan
— Rubi_learnshi (@BlinksBolu) September 4, 2019
I rather die than commit suicide. We better better cause chaos than causing violence. – #Zlatan ibile
— Hilltop (@politicalcritik) September 4, 2019
Greatest Quotes Of All Time!
1. “Ojukwu is dead, but his manhood is with us” – Patience Jonathan
2. “Violence is never a solution but rather chaos” – Zlatan Ibile
— Tife🌚 (@TifeFabunmi) September 4, 2019
So zlatan saw ycee and other artists tweet in English and decided to say something
Hits blunt *
Zlatan: violence is not the solution but chaos
— Odunsi🇳🇬 (@Odunsi68984305) September 4, 2019
— Samuel Gbenga(I always follow back guys) (@samgbenga84) September 4, 2019
Motivational speaking isn't for everyone… When we need zanku vibe, we'll let you know
— Ninjitsu (@mukhtar_usman) September 3, 2019