Popular Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Femi Kuti has deniers rumors that he endorsed Nigerian President, Buhari during his campaign in 2015.
Femi, the son of legend, Fela Kuti has finally revealed what transpired between him and vice president, Yemi Osinbajo when the latter came to his house to ‘pay a visit’.
This is coming after a Twitter user, @McAnthony had accused the singer of endorsing Buhari, giving a chance that he might also endorse the supposed health-challenged APC’s presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu come 2023.
@McAnthony wrote: “Femi Kuti endorsed Buhari in 2015, I won’t be surprised if he supports batshit. He does not matter in the scheme of things. Baba you welcomed Osinbajo to your house.”
In response 5o the claim, Femi revealed that although he was approached by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to campaign for Buhari in 2015, he rejected the offer because of his father.
His tweets read: “How you all come up with fabricated lies beats me. But why all the lies? You heard me endorse him or ever anyone? Thank goodness the video is on YouTube.
“To be clear, Osinbajo came to my house to ask me to join their campaign and I told him no, rumours started to spread that I supported them. When he came in front of the crowd was my opportunity to clear it. Go and watch and come back.”