"Poor Man's Child Thinks Cyprus Is Abroad," Happie Boys Says Days After Deportation


Nigeria’s ex-chicken republic security guards turned celebrities, Happie Boys have once more addressed their experience.

The social media influencers identified as Precious Kelechi and Amakor Johnson attained prominence after a video of them grumbling just quite they got fired from their job for abandoning their duty to entertain customers went viral.

This attracted the likes of OPM cleric who offered to help them achieve their educational goals and fly them to Cyprus where they failed both financially and Educationally.

Amid frustration, they clashed with the OPM clergyman for allegedly ruining their lives and deployed heavy blame on him spanning to accusing him of disguising his hypocritical reputation with his philanthropic ability.

Although they succumbed to pressure and apologised publicly for their misfortune, Karma didn’t seize to strike.

In the recent saga, Happie Boys faced deportation in Cyprus after they were convinced of an undisclosed crime.

Accepting nature, they took to their social media platforms to join the current viral challenge in Nigeria disclosing that their experience in Cyprus wasn’t worth it.

In a post that has gone viral, they wrote:

“Rich man pikin go think say Cyprus na abroad”

Nigerians couldn’t hold their nerves and reacted hilariously via all the social media platforms.

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