Entertainment & SocietyMr Macaroni Slams Gbajabiamila For Calling Social Media A Menace

Mr Macaroni Slams Gbajabiamila For Calling Social Media A Menace

February 12, (THEWILL) – Skit maker and actor, Adebowale Adebayo, better known as Mr Macaroni, has criticised President Bola Tinubu’s Chief of Staff, Femi Gbajabiamila, for calling social media a menace.

The activist shared screenshots of Gbajabiamila’s older tweets from 2014, in which he harshly criticised past administrations, denouncing them as ‘Vagabonds’ and ‘Barbarians.’

He highlighted the absence of concern regarding social media’s impact back then, contrasting it with his present role as Chief of Staff, where he has come to recognise the challenges posed by social media as a significant concern.

Labelling him hypocritical, the critic asserted that it’s evident that he and his administration, whom he branded as desperate, view Nigerians with contempt, seeing them as gullible individuals.

Mr Macaroni urged Gbajabiamila to focus on fixing the economy, expressing that his current mindset is flawed, and emphasised the widespread suffering of Nigerians.

He wrote, “Social media wasn’t a menace when Mr Gbajabiamila used it to address the Government as ‘Vagabonds’ and ‘Barbarians’ in 2014. Today, he is Chief of Staff and he suddenly realises that social media is a menace…. HYPOCRITICAL VAGABONDS IN POWER AND BARBARIANS AT THE GATE!!!.

“Mr @femigbaja, this was you when Social Media was sweeting you. It is evident that you and this accidental and desperate government of yours regard Nigerians as imbeciles!! Well, we are not!!! The people are suffering!!! Fix up and put an end to this ridiculousness!!!”

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