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Make Sure You Are Good Looking Before You Troll Me – Paul Okoye aka Rudeboy Shakes The Internet

Singer Paul Okoye, known affectionately as Rudeboy has gone head-to-head with trolls in a new post uploaded on TikTok that has redefined his moniker as a rude person indeed.

He publicly declared that anyone who chooses to insult him online must be good-looking before having the temerity to confront him.

He was heard saying in a video thus; “If you want to troll me, make sure you are fine and not wohwoh”.

Predictably, he used the moment to remind everyone that he’s called rudeboy for a reason. His girlfriend appeared at the end of the video to wish every a merry Christmas, a clear indication that the duo has grown a tough skin for what the naysayers are saying about their young relationship.

See a flurry of reactions that his demeanour caused;

@annie said: “He is pained his ex is getting married 😂.”

@user5609015114811 wrote: “Na the girl I dey pity I just pray he marry her cos all this celebrity their way is never pure.”

@BOYC said: “Worworsynthesis 😁😁😁.”

@Adaora🇳🇬🇧🇻 said: “Dis man is in love make una no tell am anything 😂.”

@Timmykay wrote: “Bro enjoy your love book😂.”

@Rosemary 🌹 said: “I feel he is using that girl to get over his wife.”

@keltovconversations said: “Zaddy of all zaddys.”

@FAITH EDWIN ❤️‍🩹✨ wrote: “I love this man ehnnn 😂😂😂😂 ivy should protect this man at all cost, not all men will have this time😂😂.”

@rosy_are_roses added: “I wonder why people Dey die put for another person life. Both of them are moving on , let’s do the same.”

@Vinnie said: “Which babalawo run ivy matter make e abeg run my own Nah 😂😂😂😂.”

@Queentii❤️🤍💙 wrote: “He is called rudeboy for a reason 😂😂👏👏.”

@NOELLA PAGE 237 said: “Enjoy your love and avoid negative people.”

Watch what he said in the video below;

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