While the challenge on social media mocking the attire of former governor of Borno State, Shettima, Femi Kayode has described the mockers of the APC vice-presidential candidate attire as miserable, frustrated mobs who have no lives.
Newsonline reports that Kayode said Nigerians failed to listen to the speech of the All Progressives Congress vice-presidential candidate and focused on his dressing when issues that confront the country are beyond mere dressing.
Recall that Kashim Shettima on Monday while attending the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) Annual General Conference 2022 wore a suit and sneakers.
Since the attire made its way to social media, the Golden Boy, as Shettima described himself, has been turned into an object of ridicule by netizens who are mocking his attire by appearing, snapping and posting a mimic of Shettima’s attire on social media.
Femi Kayode, a former Minister of Aviation, said what was more displeasing was the mockery of Tinubu’s running mate across ages and educated men who should be civilized.
Kayode said, “When grown men in their 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s take pics in strange garb in an attempt to mock Kashim Shettima, our incoming VP, they do nothing but expose themselves for the infantile, asinine and jobless clowns and godless and disrespectful Philistines and infidels that they are.
“Nothing reflects the obsessive and narcissistic disposition, sociopathic tendencies, intellectual degeneration and moral turpitude of some of those in our midst than this imbecilic idiocy and repugnant behaviour.”
He said the behavior of the mockers should be likened to ghetto life and not of educated men.
“They behave more like bling-wearing ghetto gangbangers and hoodlum slum Kings than supposedly enlightened, educated, exemplary and civilised adults.
“They belong in a zoo or better still a jungle filled with wild animals. That is their natural habitat. They are nothing but toxic and ravenous beasts and spiritual vampires who seek to feed off the misfortune of others and sap their energy and who live to attempt to ridicule, humiliate and falsely accuse good men in a futile attempt to pull them down.”
Femi said the mockery was only an exaltation of the former governor of Borno state and not mockery as he would succeed in his ambition.
“They seek to mock Shettima but they only succeeded in exalting him, lifting him up and mocking themselves.
“Whilst he is displaying his natural and sheer brilliance with his informed commentary and speeches, which were well displayed at the NBA conference where he stole the show and whilst he is on the road to becoming VP, the miscreants are taking selfies of themselves in strange garb in an attempt to undermine and belittle him.
“Yet whether they continue to do so or not makes no difference to him or those of us that stand with him and BAT in this great quest and mighty battle.
“Whether they like it or not he is on the move and regardless of their antics he is marching on whilst they will continue to take childish little selfies and post them on social media for the rest of their sorry lives in an attempt to find relevance and seek validation from a faceless mob and their equally lost and deluded cheerleaders, friends and colleagues.
“That is all they have to offer or show for their miserable and frustrated lives and sorry existence. I have one message for them: GROW UP, ACT UR AGE AND NOT UR SHOE SIZE AND GET A LIFE!
“We have far more important issues to discuss and focus on in this country and far bigger problems to solve than someone else’s attire and the type of shoes, ties and suits that he chooses to wear.”