Video: Singer claims girls with large behinds are badly behaved

Video: Singer claims girls with large behinds are badly behaved

- Singer and member of Davido’s DMW crew, Mayorkun took to social media to reveal the flaws that girls with big behinds have

- According to the crooner, they were rude, overconfident, and annoyingly snobbish

- Mayorkun also stated that although he loved them, he was also tired of the attitude that came with their endowment

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Nigerian singer Adewale Mayowa Emmanuel, aka Mayorkun, recently went on social media to mercilessly drag girls with big behinds.

In a post shared by Mediagist on Instagram, the singer stated that he loved them regardless, but he was tired of the attitude they constantly put up because of their natural endowment.

Singer Mayorkun says girls with big behinds are badly behaved
Mayorkun blasts girls with big behinds Photo credit: @iammayorkun
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According to the DMW artiste, those set of girls were overconfident, rude, snobbish, and generally badly behaved.

See the post below:

P flooded the comment section with hilarious reactions.

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Briefly.co.za gathered some reactions:

Blessingi97:

"God we wey get dat have slippers yansh is their any hope for us."

Paulcleverlee:

"They will even enter a room of people without greeting anybody."

Debbie__davids:

"Burna boy should be the one speaking on this topic base on experience."

Sir_tijaja:

"They dont have manners kankan. Na so all of them be."

Lifeofmoore:

"Especially if the yansh come big with flat stomach."

Joaz.her:

"Ehhhhnnnn leave us like that."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Mayorkun recently took to his page on Instagram with a video in which he briefly talked about his career in the entertainment industry.

The music star said he decided to chase after his dreams of becoming a singer after he quit his job, and he had been happy ever since he made the decision.

Still in the mood of inspiring his fans, Mayorkun said during the COVID-19 lockdown period, he discovered that he could also edit videos.

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He also took full credit for editing one of his most popular singles, Lagos.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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