Charles Oputa, the controversial Nigerian singer, who is popularly known as Charly Boy, has reacted to calls for his arrest over his recent comment.
Recall that the maverick singer had, in a tweet on Saturday, charged Nigerian youths to emulate French protesters destroying public properties over the shooting of a 17-year-old youth by police near Paris on Tuesday.
Sharing a video of rioters burning down some buildings in France, Charly Boy said it was what he expected Nigerian youths to do to “reject the system that let them down.”
His tweet didn’t sit down well with some Nigerians, who took to the comment section to call for his arrest for attempting to incite civil unrest.
But reacting via his Twitter handle on Sunday, Charly Boy mocked those calling for his arrest.
He wrote, “Na only me just dey Laff as guys just dey Kpara on top my Post, pple come dey even call for my arrest, see monkeys.
“DSS can’t arrest criminals but can arrest people who speak against criminals. You’re a useless Nigerian.
“Because I charged the Youths of Nigeria to take their destiny in their hands and bring down a criminal Enterprise, some Mumu persons come dey form gangster on top my post [sic].