Nigerian singer, Henry Obiefule a.k.a Chief Obi, has reported on social media the aftermath of the vandalised look of his car by unidentified people.
According to the singer, they broke into his car and defaced it.
The internet comedian who rose to fame creating skits as a stereotypical African father on Vine, Instagram, and YouTube currently lives in the United States of America.
In a video, the singer showed evidence of the damage caused to his car in the State of Washington.
The car, which is a Mercedes Benz luxury model had its glasses shattered in splinters. He wrote, “they broke into my sh*t.”
As the video plays a few seconds in, the singer demonstrated that he was not too bothered by writing, “We move still…”
Watch the video below.
However, some of the comments received suggested that Netizens were not too moved as they suspected foul play.
One respondent sarcastically said, “Oh God someone vandalized my car, let me record this, no let me play a song while recording it.”
Read the comments in the photo below.
Chief Obi’s social media success landed him the first ambassador for Vomoz Communications.
He first began gaining a following on the video platform, Keek before expanding to Vine and Instagram.
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