Kiddwaya blows hot, hits back at those criticizing him for tweeting “against God”

Former Big Brother Naija housemate and billionaire’s son, Terseer Kiddwaya has fired back at Nigerians after they came at him over his tweet.

Kiddwaya had earlier taken to his Twitter page to caution Nigerians against putting their faith in God. He gave explanations for this, saying that since God has given us the ability to believe in ourselves, we shouldn’t rely too heavily on him.

However, his post generated criticism. Kiddwaya had tweeted:

“Try not to put your faith in God too much. He gave us the power to believe in ourselves.”

Reacting to his post, one Kolapo Olajide wrote: All dis rich kid ehn. This one no get problem na. Person wei no dei work and him dei get everything on a platter of Gold. Just always gyming, Swimming, Eating and hanging out. Na dis one wan kon dei motivate person Shioo

One Ashley wrote: Person wey he papa worth more than $800M na the same person some of una wey da suffer da take this kind update from? Did you know if he’s Antichrist? Some pepo wey nor experience hard life nor da believe in God.

One Wilson Okpo wrote: Oga, there’s nothing bad in putting too hopes in God, the only thing bad is not working hard enough which the Bible says that faith without work is dead.

One Alex Eyinnaya commented: Person wey dem born with silver spoon that has probably never worked for anything in his life, because his family has done the hustling and struggling for him to enjoy life is coming to drop mumu quote. Rada Rada.

Kiddwaya who couldn’t bear the backlash decided to hit back at them. According to him, most Nigerians are backwards. He took to Twitter and wrote:

“You failed to understand a simple message in that tweet. You like many other Nigerian’s are backwards and can’t fathom a world outside religion or taboo subjects. You can’t even challenge yourself to think outside the status quo. You’re thirst for click baits has made you fragile”

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