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“They mistake our silence for ignorance” – Paulo Okoye’s daughter, Vanessa slams Very Dark Man for disrespecting her father

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Paulo Okoye's daughter defends him against Very Dark Man

Vanessa Okoye the daughter of talent manager, Paulo Okoye has lashed out at social media activist, Very Dark Man for publicly disrespecting her father.

Kemi Filani reported that on Wednesday following the wedding of singer, Davido, Very Dark Man who also attended the wedding had claimed that Iyabo didn’t receive an invite to Davido’s main wedding but his After-party and has mocked her for not having levels.

Paulo had defended his girlfriend, expressing pity over his condition as he believed someone swore for him and VDM hit back, advising him to stay off his issue with Iyabo, and Paulo hit back, telling Davido and others to choose between them.

Weighing in, Vanessa noted how those who disrespect her father mistake their silence for ignorance, meanwhile, they’re focused on forging a legacy of integrity and excellence and not in addressing petty remarks from those lacking vision and respect.

“Those who disrespect my father mistake our silence for ignorance. We’re focused on forging a legacy of integrity and excellence, not in addressing petty remarks from those lacking vision and respect.

It’s the audacity for me”.

Paulo Okoye's daughter defends him against Very Dark Man

Many via her comment section praised her for her response to VDM.

One Omojowo400 wrote, “Na your father born you Omo Daddy

One Lasisi Adetoun Kemi wrote, ‘He lacks parental care

One Sne Promotions wrote, “Focused on legacy. No be every river wise person dey swim just ignore Nwa

One Comfort John34 wrote, “Your dad is a legend he literally paved way and a daddy to all

One Softnsleek wrote, “Her father’s daughter

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One Sylvia Alexx wrote, “He lacks love at home

One Steph Jennyek wrote, “Lion no dey born goat”.

Recall that Sabinus also weighed into it, noting how social media has made people forget some people aren’t their age mates. He stated that no matter what, people should always remember that respect is reciprocal and we have a life after social media.

Media personality, Do2dtun noted how Nigerians encourage so much irrelevance and make it a basis for stratification. He added that just because one has access doesn’t make them better than anyone else.

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