Poco Lee is heartbroken due to his the Nigerian singers treat the dancers.
According to him, popular singers in Nigeria are willing to pay a huge amount of money in dollars for foreign dancers from America to dance in their music videos, then after that, the same singers will turn to him and ask him to vibe with their song, meaning that he should use his dancing step to make a video skit with their song here in Nigeria.
He also added that dancers are not valued in the country which is very bad.
After he posted the video, a lot of people commented on favour of Poco Lee.
One of the persons who commented said that it usually happen with gospel ministers in Nigeria, that they invite Travis Greene to come and perform in Nigeria all the way from America with his curled and treated hair but they will not invite a Nigerian gospel singer to their crusade because he has a curly hair.
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