eLDee tha don took to his Twitter page for an introspection of the cultural impact of his hit single, ''Big Boy'' amidst the rise of celebrating Internet fraudsters.
Social media in its usual busy nature was a beehive of opinions over the weekend following the news of Nigeria's money laundering operatives, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission clamping down on clubs within the state in search of Internet fraudsters, popularly referred to on the streets as 'Yahoo Yahoo'.
As opinions got divided and shots getting thrown, legendary hip-hop artist and former member of Trybesmen, eLDee Tha Don, who is one of the most vocal artist on the scene despite his retirement weaved a thread looking back at the reactions he got following the success of his 2008 single, Big Boy which featured Olu Maintain, Banky W and Oladel.
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Find below excerpts from the thread
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It will be recalled that eLDee's Big Boy was an anthem in the clubs and on the streets, as each artist on the joint openly described a life of wealth, riches and 'lau lau' spending.
'Big Boy' was off eLDee's 2008 single off the same name.