The winner of the 5th season of Big Brother Naija, Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe, known popularly as Laycon has been dragged by some Elites on Instagram after he shared a video of himself baring his chest.
Laycon has literally been been proving it that he's more than a reality TV star and showing the world that he's talented musically. The Icons' president days ago, dropped new hot singles, and he's even ready to drop his studio album soon.
Despite the fact his new songs are really doing great on the streaming platforms, the superstar has been continuously promoting the songs, hustling to make it bigger in the music industry.
To promote his hit track 'Fall For Me' Laycon shared a tiktok video of himself on his Instagram vibing to it while someone from behind touches him and opens his chest.
Even though hatred sometimes makes some people talk negatively about someone, but the truth is that people don't say anything unless they see something.
A fan of the disqualified Lockdown housemate, Erica took the video to his Instagram page with a caption which in English means "what's all this rubbish?"
Other Elites in the comment box also joined him in dragging Laycon over the video he shared on his page.
See some of their comments below.
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