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Noti Flow’s comment on Avril’s video angers her fans

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Noti Flow is facing the wrath from her own followers after posting a video having Avril with the caption that old school should let new artist shine.

The Video shared by Noti flow shows a random guy being interviewed on what she thinks about Avril and the man says that the beats to her new songs are old school.

Commenting below the video Noti Flow says “Lmao. Strraaaaiiight no apologies.Tunatoa ngoma wanabania no support to new artists, nothing.
Watuachie na sisi tushine Gadaym”

The female rapper’s fans were angered by her comment with others openly announcing that they are no longer her number one fan.

“I was your number one fan until you posted this video, added the caption and then I read your comments’ replies.. You won’t comprehend why , but streets don’t run this way gyal !! Be smart.. Apa” Said one fan

Also read : Noti Flow opens up about her skin problem

Others openly admitted that her recent songs are trash with others throwing their support behind Avril.

Celine Wakesho
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