Twitter is too toxic, says MI Abaga days after FG lifted ban


Ace Nigerian rapper, Jude Abaga, known professionally as MI, has said that microblogging platform, Twitter is too toxic, urging tweeps to create a ‘kinder energy’ for black youths.

The Fast Money Fast Cars crooner made the call in a tweet on Saturday, January 15, 2022 upon his return to the platform.

According to MI Abaga, coming back to Twitter after being away for a while made this realise that the social media platform was a toxic place.

He then urged users of the platform to create a better energy to accommodate young black people on Twitter.

“After being away from Twitter for a while, I can clearly see how toxic this place is. Wow! We need to create kinder energy for our young black people in this place,” the rapper tweeted.

His statement comes after the Federal Government decided to lift the Twitter ban in Nigeria after a 222-day suspension.



Author: KennyMedia

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