Nigerian singer, Innocent Udeme Udofot better known as MC Galaxy has been dragged on social media for spraying N200 notes at protesters yesterday in Lekki toll gate.
Based on the reports from the incident, the singer came to Lekki to participate in the ongoing protest and after a while, he was said to have stood on his car roof and began spraying N200 notes at the protesters.
This action of his led to a pandemonium at Lekki toll gate yesterday as many protesters trampled on each other and hustled to secure their own sure of the money.
However, it seems this act by MC Galaxy didn't go down well with many Nigerians as they felt that he shouldn't have done such at a serious protest coping to the population of the people present there at Lekki toll gate yesterday which could have resulted to many deaths as well.
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