Enisa Nikaj known professionally as Enisa is a Brooklyn-based pop singer, model, and composer who got recognized for performing cover songs to musicians such as Adele and Hozier, her rendition of Hozier's song "Take Me To Church".
The #June12thProtest which has over 60k tweets went viral on Twitter which sparked massive reactions on the Internet. A few minutes ago, Enisa got mixed reactions after she made a tweet about Nigeria. According to what she posted online, she said that "I stand with Nigerians #June12thProtest #Keepiton #Nigeria which most Nigerians knows that she is trying to promote the unity and peace in Nigeria and President Buhari regime.
However, from the comments she got on Twitter, most Nigerian celebrities don't really react but her fans do the reactions, as they gave their opinion about the tweet Enisa posted online. From the comment below, a Twitter user identified as @_ImStrongest said that "Let’s put Nigeria First! 🇳🇬, Twitter doesn't care whether Nigeria burns or the govt slaughters the people. Their ultimate decision here is based on commercial principles; the traffic & data to be generated, and the profits to make therefrom. #June12thProtest #KeepitOn
Another Twitter user said that "We love you!
You are the first foreign Celebrity to show this magnitude of love and support, #June12thProtest #KeepitOn
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