Nigerian sensational singer, Patoranking responded to a Twitter user who called him out for not giving out food items to people in his hometown during the coronavirus pandemic.
A few days ago, Patoranking went out with his team fully clad in protective gear to bless people with food items even after the government orders that the lockdown be eased. He took to Twitter to share photos of the event and Nigerians hailed him for his magnanimity. However, a fan called him out for not doing the same for people in his hometown and revealed that two people even died of hunger. “Go to your state and share food before hunger will kill [email protected]”
The “I’m In Love” singer responded and schooled the fan on what his foundation had done in his hometown. According to him, his foundation had dished out 30,000 bags of rice alongside cash for over 5,000 families. The singer added that just because he didn’t publicize his deeds doesn’t mean it wasn’t done.
He wrote: “5kg of 30,000 bags of rice and cash transfer for over 5,000 families was made my the foundation…Because I didn’t say it here doesn’t mean it wasn’t done…Home is good.
Food for Everyone ? Together we can ?? pic.twitter.com/n69wLpF4jj
— PATORANKING (@patorankingfire) May 9, 2020
5kg of 30,000 bags of rice and cash transfer for over 5,000 families was made my the foundation…Because I didn’t say it here doesn’t mean it wasn’t done…Home is good.? https://t.co/9qE3GpzUGu
— PATORANKING (@patorankingfire) May 11, 2020
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