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Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that ‘Parte after parte’ is bigger than the whole Nigerian music industry

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Nigerians and Ugandans are dragging each other on Twitter after a Ugandan threw the first punch.

It all began when a Ugandan Twitter user named Sharon Godwin tweeted: “The sooner Nigeria drops this childish sense of entitlement they have over this continent the better. Y’all can’t be good in everything. YOU DON’T OWN AFRICA! Uganda is a way better country than Nigeria politically, geographically, socially. Even in music we beat u guys! I said it.

“Uganda’s Parte after Parte is bigger than the whole of Nigerian music industry. Argue with bubu.”

Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that

Nigerians hit back and this led to a Twitter war between both countries, making the hashtag #UGANIG trend.

See some tweets below.

Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans are dragging each other on Twitter after a Ugandan threw the first punch.
 
It all began when a Ugandan Twitter user named Sharon Godwin tweeted: “The sooner Nigeria drops this childish sense of entitlement they have over this continent the better. Y’all can’t be good in everything. YOU DON’T OWN AFRICA! Uganda is a way better country than Nigeria politically, geographically, socially. Even in music we beat u guys! I said it.
 
“Uganda’s Parte after Parte is bigger than the whole of Nigerian music industry. Argue with bubu.”
 
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
 
Nigerians hit back and this led to a Twitter war between both countries, making the hashtag #UGANIG trend.
 
See some tweets below.
 
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans are dragging each other on Twitter after a Ugandan threw the first punch.
 
It all began when a Ugandan Twitter user named Sharon Godwin tweeted: “The sooner Nigeria drops this childish sense of entitlement they have over this continent the better. Y’all can’t be good in everything. YOU DON’T OWN AFRICA! Uganda is a way better country than Nigeria politically, geographically, socially. Even in music we beat u guys! I said it.
 
“Uganda’s Parte after Parte is bigger than the whole of Nigerian music industry. Argue with bubu.”
 
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
 
Nigerians hit back and this led to a Twitter war between both countries, making the hashtag #UGANIG trend.
 
See some tweets below.
 
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
Nigerians and Ugandans drag each other after a Ugandan tweeted that
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