Popular Nigerian Comedian Bright Okpocha as known as Basket mouth just shared a controversial photo of himself showing the middle finger on his Instagram page, fans were instantly shocked by this picture that they couldn't resist but ask who it was that the finger was meant for. But the popular celebrity went ahead and added a caption which says, “to whom it may concern”.
The middle finger is a vulgar sign for an insult which means “Fuck you”. Speculations arose from numerous nigerians who started giving different meanings to what he could be referring to, although Basket mouth didn't mention anyone or any organization in particular but his fans interpreted it for him.
From the hash tags that he placed under the caption, he appears to be referring to his critics and haters, but the twitter background made some people to think that he may be directing it at the Nigerian government but since Basket mouth placed those hash tags it's highly unlikely, and besides he is a celebrity that loves and respects this country's leaders.
Check out the screenshots of his photos and post below.
Check out the screenshots of fans reactions below.
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