This was just after two fans, who follow him on Instagram tried to correct his written English. Lol.
One volux_: @rudeboypsquare, go and learn how and when to use ah and I’m. You’re too old for all these blunder biko.”
Another, dbossladyd wrote: @rudeboypsquare, “It is ‘I’, not ‘am’. It is ‘checking’ not ‘cheking’. You are welcome.”
Well, the award winning musician did not waste a minute to throw tantrums at them.
While his other followers blasted these two, Paul @rudeboypsquare wrote: “Even when am making sense… and then crack a little joke…. our dear English professors still don’t get it lol.
“They ignore the real issue…. #onlyinnaija.”
Igbotic accent: Only in Nigeria we have English professors ‘who don’t get it’ – Paul Okoye to haters
His response is coming after he recently gave it back to trolls who called him out for having an Igbo accent, which they described as ‘igbotic’.
According to the multiple brand ambassador, when a French man speaks English with his accent, he is said to be romantic, but when an Igbo man tries it, he is said to be Igbotic.
That notwithstanding, Paul, popularly known as Rudeboy said he’s proud to be an Igbo man and since he speaks ‘igbotic’ English, it means he’s not faking it.
He embraced his accent even as he asked those who call him out for it, how polished their cheque book is…LOL.
Epic response. I so love this.