‘If I catch you putting on that camouflage uniform again, i will…” – Nigerian soldier issues warning to Kizz Daniel’s bouncer (VIDEO)
In a recent turn of events, an alleged Nigerian soldier has taken issue with Kelvin Power, the renowned bodyguard of music sensation Kizz Daniel, for incorporating army camouflage into his comedic skits.
Kelvin, whose hulking physique has garnered attention since assuming the role of Kizz Daniel’s personal bodyguard, has found himself in the midst of controversy due to his choice of attire in a recent skit.
The unnamed military personnel, seemingly perturbed by Kelvin’s use of army camouflage, did not mince words as he berated and warned the bouncer. Despite Kelvin’s imposing figure, the soldier made it clear that he was indifferent to the muscular appearance and emphasized the impropriety of subjecting military uniforms to ridicule in such a manner.
Expressing his disapproval, the soldier issued a stark warning, asserting that if he ever encounters Kelvin wearing army camouflage, corrective action would be inevitable. This incident raises questions about the boundaries between personal expression, entertainment, and the sanctity of military regalia.
The online community was quick to respond to this development, with various opinions surfacing. Some users pointed out the apparent strictness of the Nigerian military concerning civilians wearing their uniform, drawing a contrast with more lenient practices in developed countries. The debate also delved into the significance of military attire, both in terms of symbolism and respect.
Notable comments from netizens reflected a range of perspectives. Some questioned the soldier’s priorities, suggesting that there might be more pressing matters to address than a comedian wearing military-themed clothing. Others engaged in a back-and-forth about the global norms surrounding the use of military uniforms for non-military purposes.
As the discourse unfolds, it underscores the intricate dynamics involved in the perception and use of military symbols in popular culture. The incident prompts reflection on how societal norms intersect with individual expression, particularly when it comes to public figures like Kelvin Power navigating the fine line between entertainment and potential misappropriation of revered symbols.
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“We are not happy with you” – Nigerian soldier to Kizz Daniel’s bouncer after he used their ‘father’s clothes’ to act skit, declares him wanted.
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