Nigeria Twitterrati has gone into a meltdown over Super model Naomi Campbell’s recent visit to Nigeria during which she met President Buhari.
Some Twitter users went as far as criticising her for meeting with the president while other rushed to her defence.
Why are Nigerians so salty?
Naomi Campbell is here for Arise Fashion Week. You don't know why she's here, you won't research and you're saying she's here to meet sugar daddy.
What's the matter with you?
Ignorance can kill oh. It's not bliss everytime.
— Lex Ash (@TheLexash) March 30, 2018
why import a foreign excort like Naomi Campbell when we can patronise our local runsgirls like toke makinwa..tonto dike…cossy orjiakor..toyin ..tboss..daniella okeke..chika ike..etc
— Bleach (@Kenpachi_5) March 30, 2018
Naomi Campbell Deleted this tweet just to tweet this few seconds ago. Hmmmm pic.twitter.com/FFUrX3X3gO
— SubDeliveryZone (@SubDeliveryZone) March 30, 2018
This Naomi Campbell drama has made me realise that 'olosho' is just a word that insecure guys, that have failed in some aspect of their lives , use to make themselves feel better about successful women https://t.co/X78tf8WgJt
— Ola Brown(Orekunrin) (@NaijaFlyingDr) March 30, 2018
This Naomi Campbell thing enh? We no get work for this country o. Too many people with too much time on their hands. Na waa!
— Dr. Joe Abah (@DrJoeAbah) March 30, 2018
Naomi Campbell is suddenly a prostitute because she took a picture with a man most of you hate?
What is painful is that some women are following these unfortunate men to spread this olosho narrative.
God help you all
— Cinderella Man (@Osi_Suave) March 30, 2018
That a Senator confessed to rigging elections yet Naomi Campbell is the conversation the so called “Twitter elite” are interested is proof 1. We deserve our leaders. Very much so! 2. We are them, collectively foolish! https://t.co/Uhh909jLxM
— JJ. Omojuwa (@Omojuwa) March 31, 2018
Someone said Naomi Campbell damaged Bubu's waist 😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/k2ttbliVec
— Umeh and 99 others (@UmehOMA) March 31, 2018
— Ryan Cummings (@Pol_Sec_Analyst) March 30, 2018