“You Suffer No Be Small” – Poco Lee says to his Best Friend, Isreal DMW

A video featuring Nigerian dancer-turned-singer Pascal Odinaka, aka Poco Lee, and Davido’s aide, Isreal DMW, has elicited strong reactions online.

Gistlover previously reported extensively on Israel DMW’s marital issues and how his wife left him after only a year of marriage.

Israel’s marriage crash was played out publicly, as he and his ex-wife fought dirty on social media and displaying their linens.

Poco Lee was one of Isreal DMW’s groomsmen, and a recent video of him and his friend eating out has people talking.

“U suffer no be small” – Poco Lee reveals

The viral video showed Poco Lee applauding his friend after taking him out on a date. However, it was his statements to Israel DMW in the video that sparked reactions among netizens.

Poco Lee empathised with his friend, stating that he understood his pain and how much he has suffered.

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Reacting to the post..

@g___burger892: “The way poco take speak that benin for the starting make me laugh.”

@joebanks_01: “His best friend how.”

@wowtvafrika_ent: “U suffer juju.”
@dannyscot556: “Pia u go do man sub d m if u nii d.”

@saint_weal: “Stay with people that really like you. Not for the fame or media.”

@rajoo_lamba: “My question is how old is Isreal?”

@hardeymorlar_123: “A Woman Can Develop Feelings For A Man That Fixed Her Car On the Road And Forget the Man Who Bought the Car for her!”

@loadedgists_tv: “Poco too worry this guy.”

@baby.cutiest: “Dis guy is still hurting. Shelia shattered his heart.”

@yhngmb: “lol we sev go chop life tire when we blow we suffer nobi small.”

@rossyroyal__1: “Juju go soon apologize for doing nothing.”

@_.blessingr: “Juju come marry me, I sabi do.”

In other news, famous Afrobeats singer Divine Ikubor, better known by is stage Rema, emphasizes that the Nigerian music industry is filled with ‘fake people’ and how it inspired his song.

The global celebrity revealed this while giving a speech on Thursday night at the Lagos listening party for his second album, “He Is.”

The hitmaker of “Another Banger” revealed that one of the tracks on the album, “Now I Know,” was inspired by the “fake” character of the industry.

In his words,

“There are a lot of fake people in the [music] industry, the industry is fake. So when people come and say ‘Yo, I love this guy,’ nobody should come at them that they’re chasing clout. No, it’s real.

“When somebody comes out it’s because they’ve seen someone that’s real among everybody in the crazy industry mixed with both the fake and the real. And that’s what this song [‘Now I Know] is all about. Now I know who dey for me. All those I loved turned enemies. Now I know who dey for me. All those I trust turned enemies,” Rema stated.

Rema’s 11-track second album was released on Thursday through Mavin Records, featuring guest performance from Shallipopi and Odumodublvck.