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Noble Igwe Oyemike apologises to fashion blogger but holds his opinion

In a video clip, much similar to the one he shared a day earlier, Oyemike apologises to Igwe and goes on to make it clear that fraud is evil.

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Noble Igwe does the distressed denim look

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It is no longer news that Oyemike took Noble Igwe to the cleaners for 'snitching' on fraudsters in town to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Friday, May 11, 2018.

The comedian rained insults on the fashion guru in a video clip he shared via his Instagram page on Saturday, May 12, 2018.

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Noble Igwe

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However, Oyemike seems to have had a change of heart. Not about his position that Igwe should not have snitched, but for insulting the celebrity blogger.

In a video clip, much similar to the one he shared a day earlier, Oyemike apologises to Igwe and goes on to make it clear that fraud is evil.

Oemike revealed that he had received calls from friends and loved ones who urged him to apologise, which he did via the video clip, he however, made it clear that he feels Igwe was wrong for snitching in the first place.

Watch the clip below:

@thisisibb FIRST OF ALL, FRAUD IS EVIL STAY AWAY FROM THE ACT . Today I have received Calls from friends and family and I have come to conclusion that I am going to apologise to Mr Noble Igwe for calling him stupid in that video, I am sorry. I shouldn#emo#4oCZ##t have referred to you as #emo#4oCY## Stupid or Oloshi#emo#4oCZ## as I did . What you did was the right thing to do in the moral code of logic and you did what you thought was best. ., But, I am oyemykke for a reason & my opinion is solely mine. I refused to take my opinion back because I want to PLEASE you all. I refused to write a note saying I AM SORRY AND I REGRET MAKING THAT VIDEO because I don#emo#4oCZ##t. Logic isn#emo#4oCZ##t what I would#emo#4oCZ##ve used there and if I make a video saying otherwise because of #emo#4oCY## HOW PEOPLE SEE ME#emo#4oCZ## then I don#emo#4oCZ##t deserve ME. - - I#emo#4oCZ##m sorry about the choice of words but my stand point still remains thesame. You can all have a goodnight

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Oyemike and Igwe inadvertently made the Yahoo boys and fraudsters a trending topic and Simi has put in her two cents on the controversial issue.

Simi supports Noble Igwe on yahoo boys/fraudsters topic

Simi has never been afraid to share her views on societal issues on social media and this case is hardly different.

 

Although she has been dragged for her efforts before, she is not letting that stop her from sharing her views as she has on this controversial topic.

The singer took to her Instagram stories to comment on how disappointed she is at the fact that some people are actually defending fraudsters in the community.

She pointed out that if the mindset of the average Nigerian youth supports fraud, then we should not complain about how other countries of the world see us or "whatever mess we find ourselves in."

See her post below:

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The conversation on fraud and Yahoo boys seems to have finally reached a tipping point in which we are finally able to air our views and ask ourselves where we stand on the issue, no matter the cause.

What is your take on the subject?

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