Onome Onokohwomo, popularly known as Yung6ix has revealed via witter page on why he's always moving around with bodyguards and security men after being questioned by a fan.
The Let me Know crooner claims that the reason why he goes around with armed security men is not because he wants to shield himself from his fans but from policemen who are supposed to be protecting him. He further stated that it's not a bad thing to own a car in one's early twenties.
It's quite obvious that that the rapper made this comment about Nigerian policemen due to the fact that he had been alleged on various occasions by several policemen and Sars operatives. The bitter fact is that not all young people who are rich and drive exotic cars are into cybercrime or other fraudulent activities.
This is a mentality that has been deeply rooted in the head of average Nigerians and armed forces. We just conclude on the fact that someone is too young to drive an expensive car like this so on.. This has to stop.
What do you think can be done to stop this harassment of youths by policemen and Sars operatives in the country?
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