It was a painful moment for a popular Nigerian rapper who shared how he was being robbed of his belongings and an amount of money not less than 2 Million Naira ($7000) while he was just moving into his new apartment. Onome Onokohwomo, popularly known as Yung6ix was unfortunate to have been robbed while parking his car in a garage, all in a bid to move into his new house. According to the rapper who took to his verified social media page, he described the incident which befell him yesterday as painful one, stressing that they took very important things that belonged to him.
The 31 years old Nigerian rapper from Ughelli, Delta state who stays in the United States noted that he had with him, inside his car, a laptop, with his new album and mix tape, a black magic 6K camera, IPhones, his PlayStation 5, studio recording equipments and also a cash sum of about $5000 to $7000. The Nigerian rapper who shared CCTV footage of moment he was robbed of his belongings inside his car he left parked revealed that his whole life was completely inside the car, and they took it away.
According to the video shared, an unknown car was spotted entering into the garage, before the Nigerian rapper's black car which was seen parked, beamed it's red traffic lights, as they completely stole all his properties which was found inside it. The rapper who was all in pain got many sympathetic responses from people, as they noted that he will surely get more than what he has lost. What a painful and saddening moment for the rapper indeed, as it's important we ensure to be more security conscious, no matter where we are. What's your opinion towards this, put your thoughts in the comment section below, and share to others, as you can like and follow us for more interesting stories all around the world.
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