The Founder of Zionwealth Church In Lekki Lagos, Pastor Chris Omashola has claimed credit for a popular slang that went viral few days ago on the Nigerian Media Space. The pastor made this known In a video posted on his Instagram page today. Click on this Link to watch the video.
"E don Spoil" Is a street argot that gained momentum few days ago when Singer Wizkid publicized It. Recall that Wizkid and Bella Shmurda chanted tge slang cheerfully when they were spotted In a viral video preparing for a new jam. This happened after Wizkid won the Grammy Award for his collaboration with Beyonce In the 'Brown Skin Girl's song.
The clergyman Who Is a staunch fan of Davido said; "Give me my due credit. When a guy said that 'e don spoil', I said 'No, e no spoil'. When It started trending, people were not giving me the credit. Wizkid and others hijacked the credit. I was the one that started that slang."
The pastor ended the video with a prayer that nothing will spoil In the lives of his fans.
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