VIDEO: "They could not make a down payment for a roasted corn for that electricity." - Bola Tinubu says during rally in Ebonyi KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, November 24, 2022

VIDEO: "They could not make a down payment for a roasted corn for that electricity." - Bola Tinubu says during rally in Ebonyi

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Bola Ahmed has made another blunder during his rally speech in Ebonyi this afternoon.

He says: They could not make a down payment for a roasted corn for that electricity.

In another news, When Rexha finished singing and launched into a dance-based breakdown in the middle of the song, the crowd audibly booed the artist. But it seemingly wasn't because they didn't like her performance, it was because they couldn't actually see her performance.

"Bebe Rexha was getting boo'd here in Detroit for not even being visible from the crowd during her performance. Lmao," one Twitter user wrote alongside a video from the event.

While her halftime show didn't land with everyone in Michigan, "I'm Good (Blue)" quickly became one of the biggest hits of Rexha's career following its release in August. Atop earning a Grammy nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Recording, the song reached No. 1 in the United Kingdom and Australia, and peaked at No. 7 in the United States — Rexha's highest-charting song since "I'm a Mess" went to No. 35 in 2018.

Literally everyone is going to be watching the games throughout the day — even the non-football fans. And that means, to keep them occupied, you need a great halftime act.

For today’s Lions-Bills game, popstar Bebe Rexha stepped into that role.

The thing is, though, her performance also everyone dizzy. Part of her performance called for some wild camera action that spun the broadcast around in circles — quite literally.

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