Brymo Have Smoked Dry Shit – Fans Attack Him For Saying He Will Got Hell
Olawale Ashimi popularly known as Brymo has gotten many folks all hot and bothered after his ‘hell tweet’ went viral.
The singer and songwriter had taken to Twitter to post a shocking tweet which sent many people over the edge and even sparked concerns for the state of his mental health.
“When I die, I am going straight to hell, it’s where all the good people go,” the 30-year-old had tweeted.
When I die I am going straight to hell, its where all the good people go.
— Olofo'ro (@BrymOlawale) January 23, 2017
While some found it funny and some suggested it was a ‘trending-mechanism,’ a few others are insisting that the tweet is deeper than its literal meaning. Many folks on social media who jumped in on the comment section interpreted the tweet figuratively.
According to other fans, the rationale behind Brymo’s post ranges from depression and suicidal thought, to the side effect of Ogbomosho weed among others. They have not hesitated to call the Alajo Somolu crooner names.
Read some of the comments.
Brymo is yet to give us an inkling into what was going through his mind when he posted the tweet but if the faction of the comment section who claim this is an attempt at trending are to be believed, it sure worked.
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