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‘I will get you deported from US’ – Speed darlington tells Tunde Ednut [video]

A social media war is currently brewing between former singer and blogger, Tunde Ednut, and social media sensation/singer, Speed Darlington.

Speed Darlington shared a video which has now gone viral on social media threatening to consult herbalists to deal with Tunde. Speedy, as he is also known, arrived in Nigeria from America in December and has not left the country.

He said in the video that all he has to do is give a herbalist 20 or 50 thousand Naira and he would get Tunde deported from America.

The genesis of the problem is disrespect. Tunde shared on his social media that he made Speed Darlington as popular as he is, and wanted to be thanked for it.

“I made Speed Darlington through God’s divine grace and he still owes me a thank you! No one would have known him if not for my constant push,” Tunde wrote on his Instagram page.

“Me being disrespected to this level ends it all today. I’m not afraid of nobody I just deserve a thank you but it’s obvious some people are not normal, Bye!,” he finished.

Speedy then took to his Instagram page to reply with the video.

Watch the video below:


Simbiat Haroun studied Computer Science at the University of Lagos. She enjoys doing research and spends most of her time reading. She can be contacted at simbiat@sidomexuniversal.com.


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