Over 500 years ago, Italian painter and general oversabi guy, Leonardo Da Vinci, painted the universally acclaimed Mona Lisa portrait, and the world has not let that young woman rest since then. Fast forward to 2021, Nigerian singer, philosopher and bumbum expert, Lojay introduced the world to a different Monalisa in a song of the same name. Even though no one asked for a debate, we’re here to present and support the motion that Lojay’s Monalisa is better than Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa with the following points. 

1. Lojay’s Monalisa has a coca body 

This one is obvious because even though we never got to see the lower body of Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the chances that a coloniser from the renaissance era would’ve had a massive ibadi are pretty slim. We’re going to need receipts from the opposing team for this one. 

2. Lojay’s Monalisa Has miliki for front unlike Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa 

We don’t have to talk too much about this. As a matter of fact, we don’t have to talk at all. Instead, we’ll refer you to the pictorial evidence above. You see what we mean? Next!

3. Lojay’s Monalisa will hold you down in the corner-corner but Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa will only stare at you from a corner.

Like this. 

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4. Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa cannot dance

If Da Vinci tells his Mona Lisa that “Ma jo o Monalisa”, will she break it down like this? Think about it.

5. Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa does not have eyebrows

Even Eucharia Anunobi made an effort with her brows back in the day. Why this, sis? 

On a random note, you cannot do better than a man who sings this passionately about bumbum.

We hope with these few points of ours, we’ve been able to convince and not confuse you that Lojay’s Monalisa is more elite than Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Thank you.

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Contributed by: Victor Daniel



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