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Reactions as Nigerian singer Ruger removes his eyepatch

A photo of the fast-rising crooner, Michael Adebayo Olayinka, also known as Ruger without his eyepatch has gotten cybercitizens talking.

The ‘Bounce’ crooner who is known for his signature one-eyed look over time has left a lot of social media users wondering if he actually has a problem with his eye or mere fashion.

Although the crooner during an interview once revealed his reason for his signature eyepatch which he related to music, however netizens longed to see for themselves.

In a recent development, a photo that found its way to the internet shows Ruger and Rema at what seemed like a local bar as the latter tried pouring some drink into the former’s cup.

Ruger didn’t wear his eyepatch and netizens had a view of his bare face for the first time.

Sharing the photo, a Twitter user identified as Abdulltwits wrote:

“Wait…So Ruger get two eyes??”

Refer to the tweet below:

The photo generated several reactions from social media users who were wowed after getting a glimpse of the crooner’s face.

One luxe_by_steph wrote:

“He looks like a fine girl here 😍”

teeto__olayeni wrote:

“I think he has like a “quarter past one eye” dunno what it’s called in English”

officialsandib wrote:

“He should cover the eyes back abeg e no fine with the two eyes 😩”

iam0sinachi wrote:

“Guy wants air to enter his eye small before covering it again.🤐”

l.tobiloba wrote:

“Yes, he has two eyes, albeit in an unbalanced ratio. That’s his signature.”

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