Ighalo's Outfit In New Picture Sparks Reactions As Christians And Muslims React
By DrBOA | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 11411 views
Nigerian celebrity International, Idion Ighalo sparks reactions on social media after he shared a picture of himself in an alhaji outfit.
He simply captioned the post as "thank God is Friday"
Just within the few minutes he shared the picture, fans , followers and other twitter users including Christians and Muslims took to the comment section of his post to share their opinions concerning the picture he shared.
Ghara reacted "Brother, you look handsome in the piece, don’t you think you should change your religion?"
@blackalaric reacted "Just give it few days .
You Will see some simpletons saying that Ighalo has embraced Islam after discovering that Islam is the fastest religion in the world.
WITHOUT checking well"
Olusengun reacted "Going through the comments, not a single tweet from a Christian had criticize ighalo for this beautiful picture If it was the other way round, our brothers from the Northern pole wud've started barking and crying all over Twitter. 😂"
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