I find it hard to toast a girl on social media – Nigerian singer Mayorkun

Fast rising nigerian singer Mayorkun has revealed the reason why he has refused to ask any girl out on social media.  According to the singer he stated that people are fond of screen-grabbing messages and sending it to blogs.

In a Tweet, the singer revealed that if he decides to make a move on a lady on social media she might send a screenshot to blogs in other to get fame using his status.

He, however, expressed sadness at the fact that he would not be able to make his move on a beautiful lady he spotted on Twitter.

Mayorkun said:

“Artistes; Can’t shoot shot on all these platforms . One shot like this, na screenshot, next thing you don cast for instablog . Kai! That’s how this cute girl will just go “

Falz reacted to the post, urging Mayorkun to make his move fast because there is no time to waste.

He said:

“Lmao. Baba you better shoot No time to check time. “

Recall that Mayorkun emerged as the Next Rated at the 12th edition of the Headies award, going home with not just the plaque but a brand new car.

Mayorkun was named Rookie of the yearat the 2016 edition of the Headies and in a year where he has shown growth, evolution and consistency, the budding talent has now added the much coveted Headies ‘Next Rated’ award to his name.

Back in February 2016,Mayorkun had posted a short clip of himself on the keyboard rendering his vocals to the single,

‘TheMoney ‘byOlamide and Davido, the young artist who says all he had was a dream, had taken a leap of faith and called out to Davido for help, and in a manner not totally unusual, the O.B.O reached out to him and the rest, like they say is history beyond reach..

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