– Celebrity hypeman Special Spesh recently shared his encounter with fans on his social media page
– The US-based entertainer experienced a complete power blackout in Georgia state where he resides
– Spesh, however, returned with a different post noting that the power company had restored electricity to his home
Popular hypeman, Special Spesh, in a series of Instastory story posts lamented after he experienced a blackout out in his home in Georgia, USA.
The celebrity hypeman teasingly made a reference to the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), noting that he had no idea that he could have gotten the same poor electricity experience abroad.
In a different slide, Special Spesh tagged the official Instagram handle of the power company in Georgia while urging them to look into his situation.
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Luckily, he returned with an update for his Instagram community noting that the electricity had been restored in his apartment.
An excited Spesh was heard saying “up NEPA”, a popular slang used to hail the power company in Nigeria whenever they restore the electricity.
See screenshots as sighted on his Instastory channel below:
Special Spesh hypes women
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the entertainer in a post shared on social media hyped women for all that they do.
According to him, even though Lagos women do not like each other, they have sharp brains. Spesh also said women fit into different roles perfectly, while asking men to set aside their pride and work more with them.
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In his words:
“Even tho Lagos women that roll together don’t like each other!!! Dog eat Dog!! Business partner, lovers, chef, chauffeur, assistant manager, PR, accountant, cleaners, pilot, president, all women!! Forget!!!”
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