Jesse Jagz Wants Nigerians To Shun Elections: “Democracy Is A Lie”

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He has always been a rebel and he has taken his rebellion a little bit further.

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Jesse Jagz  who walked out on his old record label has broken into the revolutionary lane with full force.

The Rapper/Producer took to Twitter on Saturday to vent his anger at the society, not sparing many by the time he was done.

While hitting out at all political parties in Nigeria as boasting nothing other than ‘just a bunch of names,’ the former Chocolate City artiste was in a vehement state; comparing Nigerian politicians to armed robbers, urging Nigerian youth to look at the bigger picture in a series of tweets which drew wide attention, with many of his followers re-tweeting his words in quick succession.

Jagz, who is MI‘s younger sibling, also took a philosophical angle to his feelings, asking his followers to check and take note of Webster’s dictionary definition of Black to understand the racism still going in the United States and other places.

Tweets below: –

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