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Simi Clapsback At Troll Who Comes For Her Husband, Adekunle Gold



Today, a social media user took to Twitter to accuse Adekunle Gold, the husband of popular Nigerian musician, Simi, of frequently plagiarizing Burna Boy. The troll shared photos that featured both artists wearing similar clothing, implying that Adekunle Gold was copying Burna Boy’s style.

This accusation did not sit well with Simi, who quickly responded to the post. In her response, Simi called out the troll’s negative behavior, emphasizing the importance of positivity and kindness. She stated that happy people do not engage in such behavior, and those who criticize others on the internet are probably unhappy with their own lives and trying to distract themselves.

Simi clapsback at troll

Simi’s response highlights a broader issue of online negativity and the impact it can have on our mental health. Social media platforms have made it easy for individuals to express their opinions and engage in discussions. However, this freedom of expression can often lead to negativity, trolling, and cyberbullying. It’s essential to remember that our words and actions can have real-world consequences, and we should strive to promote positivity and kindness online.

Furthermore, Simi’s emphasis on the importance of being true to oneself is a valuable lesson in authenticity. In a world where people often feel pressure to conform to societal norms and expectations, it’s essential to stay true to our authentic selves. By doing so, we can lead a more fulfilling and satisfying life, free from the pressures of conformity.


Simi’s response to the troll’s accusations serves as a reminder to be mindful of our words and actions online. As we continue to navigate the digital age, it’s essential to promote positivity and kindness and to stay true to ourselves, no matter what others may say or do.

benny7gg wrote:
“y’all really want to say this is a coincidence?! LMAOO, na to go sing Last Last remain for am.

“the Burna Boy plagiarism is really so obvious and very annoying at this point. Man can’t you just be yourself? same posture, same glasses, same smile. wtf ?! it’s been going on for a while now and we need to speak on it.”

Reacting to his post, Simi wrote:

“People that have good things going on in their lives really never do shit like this.


“And that’s facts for everyone. When you come on the internet talking nonsense about anyone minding their damn business, your life is most likely sad and you’re distracting yourself. So it’s you I’m sorry for.”

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