Desmond Elliot, a Nigerian actor turned politician, has finally responded to the online trolls that have been making fun of his name.
The House of Assembly member who once referred to Nigerian youths as “children” during a plenary has become a target of vitriol in the region, with aggrieved Nigerians trolling him and establishing his reputation as the bearer of blames, the country’s trauma, and crisis.
The actor, on the other hand, has demonstrated that he is aware of the movement by doing some palliative dance steps to demonstrate that he is unconcerned.
He said that he is unconcerned about how Nigerians are pulling him on social media sites and that he would do better.
He said, in his own words:
“I’ve seen and read a lot about me trending back-to-back for days, y’all want me to do better, and I will do better……”
“On a lighter note, I believe my dance teacher is doing an excellent job, and one day, one day, I will go Sabi dance.”
“Have a fantastic day!”
I have seen & read a lot about me trending back-to-back for days, y’all want me to do better
and surely, I will do better….
On a lighter note, I think my dance instructor is dong a great job, one day, one day, I go sabi dance.
Have a great day ahead! pic.twitter.com/jDSOOscwGJ
— Desmond Elliot (@DesmondOElliot) May 7, 2021
Fans couldn’t contain their outrage and blasted his point when it went viral.