Multiple award winning singer and songwriter, Paul Okoye popularly known as Rude Boy have tendered an apology to Nigerians on behalf of the whole celebrities in the country concerning the EndSars movement.

#EndSars: Thank God I rejected police Ambersedor sh!t – Rude Boy

Just like the rest of his colleagues in the entertainment world, Rude Boy have been

consistent in speaking out on the EndSars movement ever since the

first protest was led by Falz and Runtown.

As we earlier reported that Falz and Runtown took the first bold step by leading

thousands of youth out to protest their rights in the country and this has got many

youths standing up and urging the Government to put an end to police brutality.

Days after the first protest was held, Rude Boy joined the train and has never

looked back ever since then.

The award winning singer some minutes ago have now apologized to all Nigerians

that celebrities have failed in protesting for their right before now.

According to Rude Boy, the ongoing EndSars movement should have started a

long time and celebrities should have taken the first step before now before noting that

things are going in the right direction.

See his post below:

Rude Boy some days ago showed how devoted he his to the EndSars movement

as he decided to inscribe a word that reads #EndSars on his expensive car.

He has also ensured that his presence are felt at protest ground just like his brother,

Peterson Okoye who have also been present at protest ground as well as speaking on social media.



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