Billionaire entrepreneur Linus Williams, popularly known as “Blord,” has caused a buzz online after reportedly gifting a pair of his old trousers to Yung Duu, an ex-signee of Zeh Nation.
Blord, who chairs the Blord Group, had previously announced his intention to present Yung Duu with a brand-new car and a multi-million naira endorsement deal, amidst the artist’s ongoing dispute with his former boss, Portable.
While the gesture of generosity initially garnered attention for its potential to revive Yung Duu’s career, it took an unexpected twist when netizens noticed that the musician was spotted wearing the very trousers once donned by the wealthy businessman himself.
This development promptly divided public opinion, with many hailing Blord’s act as commendable while others found it somewhat demeaning.
Blord responded to the mounting allegations and the ensuing social media frenzy in the comment section of the post.
“Chai dem don catch me 😂😂😂 @billpoint.co dey put me for trouble.”
sabitalk1 said: “Whoever that is willing to give young duu anything we would appreciate it, old wears better pass sending a young talent to an early grave, we appreciate it wella, half bread is better than none.”
iameniolamyde penned: “Nah endorsement trouser once contract expires dem go collect am back🤣.”
realjudy___ opined: “Any brand that want to endorse me must give me cloth too from now henceforth 😒.”
directorhercules suggested: “Make Una give Youngi duu money no just Dey use the boy promote your brand.”
maryann_bayo said: “But there’s actually nothing bad in giving young duu his trouser!.”