Nigerian rapper has rushed to his media page to express his disappointment after operatives of the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agencies (NDLEA) stormed his labor residence.
According to the reports making rounds on the media, a man who seems to be present during the assault wore that the rapper was at his residence when men believed to be members of NDLEA stormed his residence.
They requested cooperation in other to have access to his house and search his properties but the rapper requested for their warrant as well as their ID Cards.
The officials refused to provide a search warrant or an ID Card and due to this, the rapper refused to let them into his house unless they provide a means of identification.
While this is going on, one of the officials who doesn't seem to like his question tried to push him aside by forcefully gaining access to his house but the raper still insisted. After that, other officers joined him and the rapper was seriously attacked, slapped, and abused by the officials.
After the incident, the rapper took to his media page to react to the news saying some people are trying to set him up about things he knows nothing about.
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