8 Most Controversial Nigerian Celebrities Of 2017 – Number 7 Made A Lot Of Pastors SAD!

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Indeed, 2017 is a big year for the Nigerian Entertainment industry. A whole lot happened. Some celebrities blew beyond expectations. Some had issues that carpeted their career all through 2017. Some got new Endorsement and some lost theirs.. 2017 was indeed a year of too many experiences. Here are the most controversial celebs for the year.

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1. Burna Boy

Nigerian dancehall singer Burna Boy is one artist who can’t stay clear of controversies. Born Damini Ogulu, Burna Boy has always being finding himself in the media more often for the wrong reasons.

Burna Boy allegedly behind the Robbery and Assualt case of Mr 2kay. Currently on the run after the Police announced him Wanted of the issue. Just yesterday, his show was cancelled over Mr. 2kay issue.

2. Peter, Paul and Jude Okoye

The duo have been going their separate ways only to reunite for several years now. But interestingly, this year they decided to call it quits for real.

Peter, now known as Mr. P has gone ahead to release single which is a not-so-subtle message that he’s finally on his own. Rudeboy has also moved on to drop single upon single.

3. Dammy Krane 
Dammy Krane was accused of stealing credit cards and going on private jet rides that he couldn’t afford.

The internet was shook when his mugshot was released and we thought he was going to oyinbo jail but he was eventually cleared of all accusations and everything went back to being dull and dreary.

He’s back again and now makes fool of himself on Social media everyday.

 

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